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Yes you do have to remove the bars or at least the torsion bar cross member and to do that you either need the otc tool or use a two jaw puller make sure to measure the bolt height before you start and set it the same they control your ride height

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Q: On a 98 Ford 150 4x4 do you have to remove the torsion bars to remove the transmission and transfer case?
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