the old girl has also developed a sag to the driver side. When looking at
the truck, on level ground, it has a noticeable lean to the driver side.
I know its fairly common on high mileage vehicles for the rear leafs to get
tired and sag, and I suspect this is the case. But my question is about the
fronts: can the torsion bars develop sag? I know a good wheel alignment on
these trucks also includes ride-height adjustment where they make sure the
fender-gap on both front wheels is the same (the torsion bars are adjustable
by quite a bit)
Do the torsions get tired? Is it odd to have to crank up one side more than
the other to get a level right in the front? Also, can a sagging rear
spring cause an effect on the front?