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  • Jaafar JaafarAbdullah
    Part of a video titled How to Crank the Torsion Keys on 99-07 GM Trucks *FREE LIFT
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    When we tighten this right here this is going to tighten the bar. It's gonna push down on theMoreWhen we tighten this right here this is going to tighten the bar. It's gonna push down on the suspension on the front. And it's going to raise the front of the truck up.

    How do you tighten Chevy torsion bars?

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