I would agree. They can slowly sag with time but if this was a sudden change, they weren’t reinstalled with enough preload so you can’t twist them enough with the torsion bolts/keys to get your ride height back.
So the torsion bar is key to the lower control arm. It should be keyed in a way that when the suspension is fully unloaded it still had load on the bar. If this is keyed back into the control arm incorrectly, it wont have this preload anymore.
I have a 2002 lb7 has 486k all stock except the exhaust and intake I did injectors at 460k bc they were really bad I didnt change all the injector cups just the ones that came out with the injectors I am now loosing coolant but it's not showing up on the ground and it's not the thermostat return...
I have a new 1-ton High Country with just under 1500 miles. I bought it in late December and haven't driven it much since. With one of our first nice days, I went out to wash and wax today and noticed a ton of little rust spots in the paint. The pictures don't capture it well but they are very...
following the same format as crazycrew's thread titled "what did you do to your Sierra/Silvy today", i thought it would be cool to have one for your residence, shop, garage, land, etc etc etc
Don't know if this was ever posted. Very simple. Just tell us what you did to ur truck/van today.
Fixed the pass front brake line that I can only imagine how long it had been kinked when I found it. Spliced in a new piece that I borrowed(hehe) from the wife's uncle.