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I have 1997 4X4 with the 1.50 T-Bar Crank, I am planning on putting a Roof Basket on her. and was thinking of doing the T-Bar Crank again this time to just lower the fron a tad so that the back end sits up a little higher as appose to the fron setting higher now. Has anyone done this, Pro's/Con's?

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Originally Posted by mrshaneb View Post
I have 1997 4X4 with the 1.50 T-Bar Crank, I am planning on putting a Roof Basket on her. and was thinking of doing the T-Bar Crank again this time to just lower the fron a tad so that the back end sits up a little higher as appose to the fron setting higher now. Has anyone done this, Pro's/Con's?

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Do you have shackles? If you have 2" shackles, you could always go 3"... I am not sure how much higher than that you could go..... But I am assuming you just want a subtle rake of 1-2" inches
 
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