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What would cause one side of my truck to sag? I have a 07 classic ccsb. Noticed my truck was sagging on the driver side. Measured and it was 2" lower than the passenger side. Would shocks affect it that much? Or do I new new torsion bars?
 

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You may need torsion bars. Try raising the driver side.
 

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Drivers weight + fuel = Chevy Lean
Just need to level it out.
 

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I had noticed this on my 08 and upon looking at the bolts that adjust the torsion bars the leaning side was not tightened as much as the other side. Lifted it up by the frame and tightened to the same (distance/thread count) as the other side an problem solved.
 

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My driver side is maxed and the passenger side is like half way
 

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That's what I kinda figured. Where can I get new t bars?
 

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Appreciate it. Not even Google will bring anything up. Kinda crazy lol
 

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A piece?!
 

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SAS would fix the issue
 

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Damn that's expensive lol. I'd love to do an sas conversion on my truck just don't have the tools to do it and not sure of anyone in the area that would do it for a decent price.
 
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