You can also adjust the ride height of the front end, even with sagging bars, by twisting them, get the camber back to stock without shims....
I was thinking about asking the dealer how big a shim they installed when they did the allignment. I read on another thread that you used 2.25 degree shims...either way, I am a purist and would prefer they remove the shims and replace the torsion bars and reallign accordingly...Im a sucker for spending $, but I like to see things done the right way.
Here are some things I was thinking about getting done while the shop has my truck (while they rebuild the drive shaft):
-check/ replace the C/V joints in the front
-possibly add a leaf to the rear since the ass-end appears lower due to sag
Can anybody make any additional suggestions for things to check/replace for a stock X 4x4 w/ 165,000 miles?
So far I have replaced:
-upper/lower ball joints
-transfer case and rear drive shaft
-idler and tensioner pulley
-using ceramic disc break pads up front (highly recommended)
-idle air control valve (x2)
-shocks (monroe sensatrac - soon to be rep. w/ either rancho or edelbrock)
-steering wheel (warranty, leather padding untwisted)
-wheels: wilderness A/T; bridgestone dueler A/T; b f goodrich ta ko A/T
-sparks and wires
Also...several rounds of oil, oil filters, air filters, gas filters, tranny flushes and coolant exchanges...also a power stearing flush (still dirty) and all fresh ATF in the front diff and t-case...fresh gear fluid in rear diff.