That's not a problem it is how the truck was built and designed. I'm
guessing that it is there so that you can carry large amounts of weight
without the body coming in contact with the wheel well. But I also want to
make mine level and wanted to know if anyone knows if there are a type of
block like the kind you would put on the rear between the axel and the leaf
spring but for the front end?
You could replace the rear leaf spring shackles with longer ones, this
should lower the rear end 1.5 to 2"
This is about the cheapest way to go about leveling out a truck. Your
saying you have torsion bars so you must have a 4x4. I'd do that first. If
the front is still a little lower, you can screw the adjusting bolts for the
bars in a little more to raise it up a bit, but doing that will also change
your Alignment. I'd do the shackles and if it's not level enough for you,
bring it to a alignment shop and see if they can raise it up a bit and then
align it back up for you. They'll be able to measure better up on a level
rack to make sure your truck is level then you trying to do it on the
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