I've read up a bit on this, and while it sounds like the easiest way to get an easy couple of inches out of the front suspension to level it up, I'm nervous about the extra stress it will place on the UCAs/LCAs, CV joints, ect., and the decrease in ride quality. So, I wanted to see if anyone here has done it, and if so, to what extreme. Best part about it is that it's free, so no impact on my already very stressed wallet...but if I'm going to have to replace a whole buch of other crap in 6 months from all of the added wear, then I'll skip it and just save up for an actual leveling kit. My truck is a 2000 Yukon SLE (new body style) with 97XXX miles on it. To the best of my knowledge, nothing in the suspension has been replaced. If I did do the torsion bar crank, I think the max I'd go with it would be 1", maybe 1.5". Like I said, I just want to level the front of the truck, and maybe add just a hair of extra room in the front for the Nitto 285 75 16 Terra Grapplers I plan on getting later this year. So, who has done it? How much lift did you get? How much of a decrease in ride comfort did you experience? Any other negative effects? Yuke2K = total n00b when it comes to suspension stuff.