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JFairman JFairman is offline
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Are you trying to lower your car? I doubt you want to raise it. One end of the bar is a little bigger diameter than the other so there's more splines on the bigger diameter end of the bar than the other. I havn't messed with them in years now so I don't remember how many or the ratio.
You'll have to experiment with it.

If you rotate or index only one end of the bar one spline the car will rise or drop more than an inch so you go one spline lower on one end and one spline higher on the other end and because each end is a little different diameter the ride hight changes gradually that way.

To get it where you want it you may end up going one or two splines one way on one end and two or more splines the other way on the other end. It takes time experimenting with it and you have to drive the car a little way to get the wheel cambers to settle out after setting it back down on the ground. I hope that makes sense.
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