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Need t bars

Discussion in 'Chevy Trucks' started by ed39, Dec 17, 2008.

  1. ed39

    ed39 Senior Member
    Messages: 120

    I need a set of good t bars for my k 2500. found out today the passenger side bar is bottom out and truck sags bad, while the other bar has plenty of room to be cranked, so i wanna get a fresh set Ware can i do this? or if anyone has a used good set
     
  2. 2COR517

    2COR517 PlowSite Fanatic
    Messages: 7,115

    I would start at a salvage yard, Napa, or a GM dealer. We have a Brake Service (they changed their name to Traction, i think it is) around here that does leaf springs. I'm not sure about torsion bars.
     
  3. ChevKid03

    ChevKid03 Senior Member
    Messages: 505

    I'm not familiar with Hopkington, but in Carver there is a place called Robertson's Auto salvage. May be able to get a set there..
     
  4. Doom & Gloom

    Doom & Gloom Senior Member
    Messages: 170

    Change the keys while your at it, thats the big difference. My TB's are not even cranked at all and its higher than stock keys cranked.
     
  5. aeronutt

    aeronutt Senior Member
    Messages: 262

    It's normal for the passenger side to be significantly more cranked than the drivers side. My truck came from the factory with about 10 turns difference. Do a search in this forum for other threads on the subject and you will find the specific part numbers you need to upgrade to better bars. Chevy made a dozen or so different spec bars. They all interchange so you might as well get heavier bars, not just new ones.
     
  6. ed39

    ed39 Senior Member
    Messages: 120

    well i bought some torsion keys along with new shocks im thinking the highest setting for them?