I hope I'm OK starting a new thread, though it's related to my shock absorber failure post it is a different/specific question. I've had 2 failures of my Monroe Reflex monotube shock within the last 2 years, the most recent on a road trip. When replacing the shock today (driver side) I noticed that it would not line up on the bottom mounting bracket (the shock was too short- just by a hair). This got me thinking that maybe the shock was failing because it was getting over-extended and my ride height needs to be adjusted. I measured and determined that indeed my driver side front was about 1/4" higher than my passenger side. It also appears that my front is higher than my rear (as measured from ground to top of wheel wells). A few questions: How do I determine proper ride height for front? should it rest against the bump stop on the lower control arm?- this is for stock, no lift It appears that my rear end is uneven as well- could the front torsion bar adjustment effect this? Should torsion bar adjustment be included in alignment? I searched the forum and Google and couldn't really find information on proper ride height- any help would be appreciated!