Hello all, I've got a 2002 2wd Tahoe and the left front was about a 1/2" lower than the right front so the dealer tried to adjust the torsion bars to compensate for it. After adjusting the left torsion bar stud almost fully in and the right torsion bar stud almost fully out, the front body heighth is now within 1/4". He then had to adjust the camber on the alignment. Trouble is, now the truck feels like it rides firmer on the driver's side and softer on the passenger's side when hitting bumps. When I first got the truck, it felt pretty good ride heighth wise, but after a trip through NY city to CT I must have inadvertantly hit about 50 potholes and that's when I noticed the slight sag on the front drivers side. Anyway, is there possibly some suspension component that is damaged to have to counter adjust the torsion bars so much? Thanks for any help.