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I replaced the factory block with a 3in. block and turned the torsion bars a bit but I was curious if the cv angles look okay. 4x4 works well around corners, no loping and the ride is good. Just curious because I have never seen good or bad cv angles. I know straight is preferred but I don't know how to rate these angles. Thanks for any and all help.

 

-Mitch

 

Should add this is an 06 silverado 4x4 z71. With my stock wheels on the measurements from ground to fender are

Front Driver = 38

Front Passanger = 38

Rear Driver = 38.5

Rear Passanger = 39

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That's what mine look like right now too, maybe just a little less steep but I plan on cranking mine down about half an inch to level it with the rear. I would advise you to de-crank it a bit till they are a little flatter

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Or I could always put the factory blocks back in.....but what fun would that be? :) I just turned down another turn and a half on the bars and it dropped a quarter inch. I only have about a third of the bolt threaded in on the torsion key. I'm surprised it's still as tall as it is for stock keys. I am going to add shock extensions, I just put new shocks on this summer before the blocks in rear, now I want to try extensions. Probably won't need them but I have them sitting around.

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