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Can anyone help me with this problem. I have a 1995 Extra van. It sits low at the osf. I have replaced the front struts/springs/top mounts but this has made no difference to it. There is no visible signs of damage to the wishbone or any other part of the suspension. Someone has suggested to me that the problem could be with the torsion bars on the rear. If anyone knows if this is likely and if/how they can be adjusted I would be eternaly grateful.
 

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It could be a torsion bar problem,but if this were the case then one side on the back would be lower too.

How much lower is it from side to side on the front?

Has it been like it as long as you've had the van,or is it a new problem?
 

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The van has always been low at the drivers side since I got it 4 months ago. It is about an inch and a half lower at the drivers side than the passenger at the front and is also about an inch lower at the rear, also at the drivers side but this does not appear so obvious as the front. When I bought the van the NSF spring was broken but still sat low at the OSF. I changed the springs and struts and it improved marginally but ot very much.
 
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