What?!?! A lean from left to right cannot be fixed by a torsion bar adjustment, that can cause all kinds of alignment problems!! I would suggest taking the durango in for a diagnostic on the suspension too find the problem.B1G BLEU said:Hopefully you can level it with torsion bar adj. Did you get the BJ's done yet?
Yeah the Ball joints were replaced by Dodge. I'll also look to see if the front or rear is leaning more. Guess I'll be looking for a good truck shop.B1G BLEU said:Hopefully you can level it with torsion bar adj. Did you get the BJ's done yet?
It wasn't the dealer, we bought it used that way. We just didn't notice till later. We think that the previous owner did some mudding in it and was looking for the easy lift. Maybe he/she just didn't know what the hell they were doing. Either way, I'm glad that it was an easy fix, and nothing is broke.canyonD said:man o man, what the he!! was the dealer doing adjusting the torsion bars? Beware idiot dealer repair shops.
Geez man, nothing like cuttin to the chase... lol We bought the D to haul the kids, not the wife, and yeah I measured it empty.Roadblock said:I was going to suggest he measure the height difference with his wife "OUT" of the truck. A 700 lb wife could account for 2" of drop :ylsuper: