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Old 04-29-2010, 06:47 PM   #1
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How To: 2" Shackle / Torsion Lift

What you will need:

-Lift shackles
-A jack that can jack on the rear differential
-2 jack stands
-Tire chocks
-Wrenches
-small sledge hammer (2.5 lb. works)
-1/4" punch
-Spray lubricant
-Tape measure
-Very level ground

Things you might need:
-a large (8" minimum i believe) C clamp
-Breaker bar
-lots of time
-patience

You will start by chocking the front tire(s)


Then jack up the rear of your truck. (jack under the differential works) You will need to get the tires a good way off the ground as the tires and axle will need to be lowered to allow for the longer shackles. (About 3-5 inches of space between them and the ground should work.) Then place your jack stands under your truck to hold it in place and allow the axle to drop.


Next, you will lower the jack under your rear differential and relieve the compression of the springs holding a bind on the 4 bolts that go through your shackles and leaf springs.

Disconnect your rear shock absorbers from the axle by removing the bolt that holds them in place. (1 per shock absorber) This will allow for the axle to drop sufficiently to install the longer shackles. Otherwise, the shock absorbers limit it's travel.

Loosen the nut on the 4 bolts running though your leaf springs and shackles. (2 on each side) You will need to back them with another wrench or ratchet.


Leave the nut on the bolt so that you can pound the bolt out without damaging the threads. Next is the moment of truth, remove your backing wrench and turn the bolt around inside the bushing, spraying your lubricant as you turn. If it eventually moves freely or easier, then you are in the clear. If it is stuck, I would (and have) reassemble everything and take it to a shop to get it done. (cost me $100) If it is stuck, this means that the bolt is siezed inside of the bushing and is a MAJOR pain to remove. One way I have tried with success is like so:

Pounding on the clamp as you tighten it. This took FOREVER on mine, but worked great. Also, be prepared to destroy the clamp. I bent 2 when I did mine.

After I got mine done by the shop, I examined the shackle and found that it was bent from the inside. I believe they used an air hammer on the shackle itself to pull the bolt through. This effectively destroyed the factory shackles so I would not attempt this on my own.

Once you have gotten the bolts moving, remove the nut and beat the bolt out of the shackle/leaf spring bushing being careful to not damage the threads. Once the bolt is flush with the bushing, you can use the punch to ram it the rest of the way out. You may need to raise or lower your axle via the jack in order to relieve the bind on the bolt and possibly your punch. I recommend doing one side at a time.

Once you have all 4 bolts out, remove the factory shackles. Here is what you should be looking at:


Next, lower your axle to allow room for the longer shackles.

Comparison:


Be careful not to put pressure on your brake line running to your rear axle when lowering it or you may tear the hose.


Line up the new shackles using the jack to raise / lower the rear axle. Run the bolts through the shackles and leaf spring bushings making sure that they face the same way they did before. Tighten the 4 bolts.

Lift the rear axle again until you can reinstall the 2 bolts that hold on the shock absorbers. Install and tighten.

Raise the rear of the truck with the jack under your differential and remove the jack stands. Then lower your truck to the ground.

Your truck should be higher in the rear. To correct this, you will need to lift the front via tightening your torsion bar adjusting bolts.

In order to do this you will want to be on very level ground. Lift the front of your truck (I did mine one side at a time) and tighten the torsion bar adjuster by one revolution:


Repeat on the other side.

Lower your truck and drive it in a "figure 8" then return to the same spot. Measure from the top lip of your rim to the center of your fender lip like so:


The front measurement should be 1/2" lower than the rear to be level. If it is not, repeat the torsion bar turning until you reach the target ride height. The number of turns varies for each vehicle, there is no perfect number of turns.

You are done, get an alignment and bigger tires =D
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Re: How To: 2" Shackle / Torsion Lift

good write up. but a tbar crank n shackle lift isnt that hard to do
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For some it is. This is for them.
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Re: How To: 2" Shackle / Torsion Lift

Quote: Originally Posted by BlaziNator
For some it is. This is for them.
Thanks, very informative.
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nice write up
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hi, if you measure in the center holes, centerline to centerline of the new shackles bolt holes, what is the exact length? thanks
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Quote: Originally Posted by bigdaddykane93
hi, if you measure in the center holes, centerline to centerline of the new shackles bolt holes, what is the exact length? thanks
6 1/2"
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by doing a shackle lift and torsioin bar teak lift the truck up a lil bit? and doesnt tightning your t-bars give the front a harsher ride plus make front end parts go bad kinda quick
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Quote: Originally Posted by S10 BALLIN
by doing a shackle lift and torsioin bar teak lift the truck up a lil bit? and doesnt tightning your t-bars give the front a harsher ride plus make front end parts go bad kinda quick
Yes, it lifts the truck. I did not notice a difference in ride quality, and have not experienced any front end parts wearing out prematurely. If you lifted it more than this, I believe they would wear quicker though.
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Re: How To: 2" Shackle / Torsion Lift

BlaziNator your ride looks very familiar...like I've seen something very similar somewhere...hmm
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlaziNator
6 1/2"
just curious, did you measure the ride height before and after the new shackle kit installation to see exactly how you lift you gained?
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Quote: Originally Posted by sockjock
BlaziNator your ride looks very familiar...like I've seen something very similar somewhere...hmm
Haha, yeah, I looked at pictures of your truck and they made me decide to remove the valence. But does your do this yet?





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Quote: Originally Posted by bigdaddykane93
just curious, did you measure the ride height before and after the new shackle kit installation to see exactly how you lift you gained?
Yes I did, and no I don't remember what the measurements were. I believe it was just shy of 2" of real lift.
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If I remember correctly the factory shackles are 4" center to center and he said the lift shackles were 6.5" center to center. So he should have got 1.25" of lift from the longer shackles. For each additional inch of length you add to the shackles you get approximately .5" of lift.
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Doh...He beat me to the answer.
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlaziNator
Haha, yeah, I looked at pictures of your truck and they made me decide to remove the valence. But does your do this yet?




yeah I really do need to add some lights...wheeling in the dark is a real adventure. I like the rock lights.
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If I had it to do again I'd go with these:

http://www.oznium.com/prewired-superflux

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Thank you for the write-up. I'll be using the info.
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Excellent write up! Was there a negative change in ride quality after the T Bar adjustment?

BTW, dig the lights man!
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ajvdub
Excellent write up! Was there a negative change in ride quality after the T Bar adjustment?

BTW, dig the lights man!
None that I noticed. Or my wife for that matter. (she has a matching one)
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what lights are you using? you have inspired me to light up my 93 Noma!
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ajvdub
what lights are you using? you have inspired me to light up my 93 Noma!
Underneath I use $12 per set halogen utility lights from Northern Tool...cheap and effective.


If I had to do it again though, I would try these:
http://www.oznium.com/prewired-superflux

In front are $12 a piece utility lights also from Northern Tool:


Up top are $12 a piece utility / "off-road lights" from Northern Tool. They are more of spot lights whereas the other two types are a flood style beam. Here is a picture of them on my wife's truck in the daylight:
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Will those be as bright and effective as the ones you have?
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From what I have heard, they are really bright...for LED's. I have this feeling mine are brighter though. There is a picture of them in use on this thread here...on a Jeep...lame.

http://www.dfw-tx4wd.org/forums/Fina...me-m56710.aspx
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nice write up
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what tire size are you running on both of the blazers?

i just bought a 96 that i think has this lift done to it...
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I am running 31x10.5's Which most everyone will tell you is impossible...Here's how you do it:

Cut the front valence at the fender for clearance, Like so:


With the stock rims this is the only place it rubbed on mine at ride height (apart from at full lock) I have my torsion bars turned to where the front fender is .5" lower than the rear (level) when measuring from the bottom edge of the center of the fender to the top lip of the rim on flat ground as stated earlier in the thread.

When stuffed (or when hitting a large bump) the outside edge of the front tires graze the inside lip of the fender. To compensate for this I beat that lip up and flush with the inside of the fender with a 2.5 lb hammer. It helps to take the tire off when doing this. USE JACK STANDS. (safety first) It should look like so:


That's it...the rear clears the fender entirely with no trimming. I think the front tires still MIGHT rub under a hard turn during EXTREME flex (I mean extreme...I have no bump stops lol) But it isn't enough for me to tell, or to hurt anything. I certainly do not rub under normal driving conditions.

My tires DO rub under full lock (turned as hard as possible) on the frame rail and the sway bar when it is connected. Mostly on the sway bar. I just dont turn as hard as I can. Saves the power steering anyway. :icon_wink: You will only lose about 1" of steering wheel turn. My wife doesn't seem to mind driving this way either. Even if you didn't compensate, it only makes noise.

If you get a 2" body lift I hear that you can clear without trimming. I personally hate body lifts though. Hope that helps =D

BTW...what does it take to get a sticky around here? XD

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yeah i dont like body lifts either. they make the truck look bad
only good after theres like 8" of lift and u need a 3"body to fit those massive 37"s haha
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i think my shackles are some off brand that are a lil bigger i have 31s that are bald and it barely rubs at full lock. when i got the blazer last weekend the previous owner claimed that the susp was stock. but when i got there you can see that its not

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Blazinator where did you get those lights? I have the same ones but can't find them anymore i need 3 more. (one i left laid back and it filled with water and popped the bulb) Are they the 10 dollar special's at Northern tool?
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Blazinator where did you get those lights? I have the same ones but can't find them anymore i need 3 more. (one i left laid back and it filled with water and popped the bulb) Are they the 10 dollar special's at Northern tool?
That's them. =D
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im lookin at fixin up my s10 zr2. i just got rims and i wanna get a lift. i was wondering how high can the tortion bars be turned up?
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They can go up a little ways...but anything over 1.5" - 2" will cause premature wear of your front end parts. I wouldn't recommend it.
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Nothing a solid axle swap won't fix.
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Who do I need to talk to about getting this stickied? I'm tired of searching for it to answer questions lol.
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DAMN YOU blaziNator and your rock lights!! Just when I get my HID reverse lights you 1 up me with this.

















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Haha...had um for a while actually. XD Wish you lived closer man - our rigs could tear up the trails. Might even show up a few Jeeps. =o
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Leading the pack


And damn those 1,296 miles and various states making us wheeling together a pain in the ass!!
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Haha XD
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meet up half way!
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That would be an epic journey indeed...There is talk of a trip to Moab next summer. Just tossing that out there.
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlaziNator
That would be an epic journey indeed...There is talk of a trip to Moab next summer. Just tossing that out there.
Meh, my family used to drive to daytona beach florida every year, Im used to long drives.
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I'll have to see how far moab is!
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I'll have to see how far moab is!
Only a couple thousand miles
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You aint kidding. My junk would have to be trailered!!!
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Bahhh, driver there. The drive is half the adventure!!
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haha. yeah, drive to moab with no a/c and a slipping tranny. Sounds like a helluva an adventure!
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Quote: Originally Posted by BlaziNator
What size tires are you running in this picture?
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What size tires are you running in this picture?
In that pic its stock size tires.
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