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Help with torsion twist

Kingt816

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After completely removing the torsion adjustment bolts I noticed it's still sitting higher than the back, which has 2" drop blocks installed, any ideas on how to level it out?
 
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Takes driving to settle to the new lowered ride height. Measure first and find some large speed bumps or curbs to speed things up.
 

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It's been 3 days and my area doesn't have the smoothest of roads, last time I measured the front was about 5" from wheel well to tire tread and the back was about 4"
 

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your rear leaf springs might be sagging. so its unusually low.
 



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