URD Trac Bar Adjustment

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by NHXRUNNER, Nov 9, 2017.

  1. NHXRUNNER

    NHXRUNNER "New Hampster"
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    I finally got the trac bar installed yesterday and WOW. What a difference. The truck really feels like it just squats and goes now! My question is about the adjustment. What are the symptoms of over adjusting the turnbuckle? I think I only went a full revolution past "neutral." I just want to make sure I haven't over adjusted it and what to look for if I have. Thanks!!

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  2. omgwtfbbq!

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    No clue but I'm in for answers since I'm picking mine up next weekend.
     
  3. easts1d3

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    If you dont have any wheel hop when you launch it i would leave it. If you notice it start to hop adjust it so there is pressure pushing the diff to the back of the truck. addind preload the the bottom of the axle
     
  4. Darkside-X

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    That's what I did as well. I think I went 2 turns past neutral.
     
  5. radracer_x

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    I got mine a couple of weeks ago. Still need to install it.
     
  6. NHXRUNNER

    NHXRUNNER "New Hampster"
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    Do yourself a favor and either install it on a 4 post lift (so the load of the truck is still on the suspension) or if you don't have access to a lift take the bed off.
     
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  7. omgwtfbbq!

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    I have no access to a lift nor do I have any desire to pull the bed again. I'm just gonna jack from the axle and put stands on the suspension so it stays loaded up I guess.
     

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