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Below is the information from the website on the 2011 silverado hd....exactly what does the underlined section mean and how would I go about doing that?
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6,000-lb. Front Gross Axle Weight Rating (FGAWR).

The front suspension has been upgraded with huge precision-forged upper control arms and torsion bars along with the largest steering gear we've ever used on a heavy-duty pickup, which supports up to a 6,000-lb. FGAWR. So every HD 4x4 model can easily accommodate a snow plow with the available Snow Plow Prep Package. And unlike Ford or Ram, S[B]ilverado HD incorporates torsion bars that allow an owner to easily adjust the front of the vehicle back to its normal ride height, even with the weight of a plow attached.
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I believe that is just cranking the torsion bars up to compensate for the weight of the snow plow on the front.
 
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