I found a super easy way to lift the front end of my 1992 k1500 chevy. I want to put bigger tires on my truck but I cant afford an entire lift kit :( so me and my dad decided to experiment! We had heard that just by cranking up the bolts on your torsion bars you can get some lift. I had no idea how much lift I would get but I was pleasantly surprised when we gained 2" with room to go higher! It did make my ride a little stiffer due to the fact that I reduced the amount of suspension given from my shocks so beware of going too high because you might end up busting a shock.
All you will need is a socket set, ratchet, and a tape measure.
Step 1: Measure
I wanted to know exactly how many inches I would be raising the front end so we measured from the bottom of my front fender to the ground. Make sure you do this on a flat surface so you get an accurate measurement.