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I have an 02 Silverado extended cab regular bed w/ a 1.5" rough country leveling kit (with the aftermarket rear blocks) and 33 inch a/t's. No matter how much I crank the t-keys, the tires never seem to straighten up, as the tops of the tires are bowed toward each other, or rather in. Could it be the torsion keys, possibly the torsions bars, or what? Never had this problem until recently when I destroyed my rear end and it is awaiting parts, and it is sitting in the driveway for the time being.Please help! Thanks in advance

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Had it checked when I first "lifted" it, about year an a half ago

 

 

Sounds like it's time to have it done again. Cranking the bars won't fix a bad alignment, just make the truck wear front end parts out faster.

 

 

torsion bar adjustment is called "Z" height adjustment and is the first thing to set and then the rest of the alignment is performed and "toe" only are a thing of the past imo,,,,, the alignment tech will ALWAYS go thru the front end first for upsell and to see if it will align....

 

cant align it with a worn out upper ball joint

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