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Old 06-22-2010, 11:04 PM   #1
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Toytec 3" lift question!!!

Hi! i bought the Toytec Ultimate 3" lift kit about a year ago may be more than a year , my question is how long till the coilovers start to settle. it seems they lost some height since i instaled it they were set to 3inc .thx
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Old 06-22-2010, 11:34 PM   #2
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Hi! i bought the Toytec Ultimate 3" lift kit about a year ago may be more than a year , my question is how long till the coilovers start to settle. it seems they lost some height since i instaled it they were set to 3inc .thx
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Im not a know it all with suspensions but sometimes they can settle or get a lean where the front or rear will slope.

sorry i cant help you any further
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If they lost height...crank them up a bit...hence coilovers...
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how? how many turns to get another extra inch. should i turn wrench to the left to the righ?? i cant find anything about how to adjust coilovers
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how? how many turns to get another extra inch. should i turn wrench to the left to the righ?? i cant find anything about how to adjust coilovers
Did you get a spanner wrench? Jack the truck up, full droop and loosen the set screw and then use the wrench. It will be turn after turn before you see results. I would get an alignment afterwards also.
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as he said above jack the truck up and use the spanner wrench, turn them counter clockwise to lift the truck and you will have to measure the threeads to get the height where you want it.
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