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JFairman JFairman is offline
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In the front just turn a bolt to lower it.
In the back to make small adjustments by reindexing, move the inner spline one tooth and the outer spline one tooth back the other way.. because there are 40 inner splines and 44 outer splines on the torsion bar.

A magnetic angle finder (about $5 at harbor freight tools) stuck to the top edge of the spring plate makes it easier to match up each side while everything is unbolted...

It's easy, just time consuming once you've done it.

Corner balancing takes expensive scales under each wheel.
You can alighn it yourself with conduit rod, string, and a tape measure.
Old 11-02-2007, 08:58 AM
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