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I dont really wanna do a suspension lift, or a body lift for that matter. Just looking for a few more inches, can the torsion bars or anything be cranked up to achieve this?
 

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"a few mor inches" is what is achieved through a suspension or body lift. You MAY get an inch or two out of the torsion, bars, but I wouldn't do it...
 

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I used a set of Firestone air bags to beef up the rear of a Dodge mini-van. My burb has a 3" lift kit that the previous owner installed. Makes getting over the rough stuff easier.
 

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The torsion bars will only raise the front. If you go more than 2" you will start running into problems with the a-arms hitting the frame. You can put an add-a-leaf in the rear to raise it up a bit.
 

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2" leveling kits are made for your truck. It comes with new torsion cloggs and extentions for your shocks or upgrade to longer shocks. I have heard that F150 Torsion cloggs are clocked differently and will work.
 
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