Thread: Torsion bars
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Old 12-23-1999, 02:53 PM
plowking35 plowking35 is offline
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I would suggest rather than cranking up the trosion bars, I would install a helper type spring. I installed a rubber load booster from Timbren Co. They are installed in place of the stock bump stops and really help with the snowplow weight.The part # is TLB-256F And is available from AW Direct, for $ 139.95 Their phone # is 1-800-243-3194<br>They work great, They dont affect the ride to much and no problems with the alignment.<br>As a side note, if this is your first alignment for your truck be prepared for sticker shock. They will need to remove the factory alignment presets, Known as knockouts, to get at the alignment bolts. It will run in the 150-200 $ range.<br>Dino
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