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    Default Bent Torsion Bar Bolt

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ID:	52942I went to go crank up my front end about an inch, and my left torsion bar bolt is bent up in the support bar. Is there a way to bend it back down on place, or will I have to buy a new one to adjust it?
    2000 Sierra Reg. Cab 5 Speed

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    Unfortunately I would say replace. If you bend back you will weaken the bolt
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