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hello i have a 2002 silverado 1500. ive installed a rough country leveling kit which included keys and blocks for the rear last year, well ive finally got bigger tires ( 315/75/16) and ive turned the bars up some more to stop the rubbing along with cutting some of the bumper. the passenger side has no rub and isnt maxed out but the driver side however is maxed out and is still lower than my passenger side, also my rear is also sagging on the driver side compared to the passenger rear, actually around a 1 to and 1.5 inches from side to side i think on the rear. so my question is would a add a leaf fix the springs in the rear? i dont have any springs broke or anything or should i find different springs? an also ill needs torsion bars also should i get 3/4 ton bars or what? where is a good place to get new bars? thanks for any help
 

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That's commonly referred to as the Chevy lean. One side usually sits lower than the other. You can correct that with a lift shackle on one side or possibly leafs, I'm not too familiar with the fix for that on lifted trucks.
 

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yea ive got my driverside bars almost maxed out and the passenger side isnt and the driver side sits a 1/2 in or 1/4 lower but in the rear its several inches difference. so im thinkin my bars are worn out and considering changing bars if i knew what bars fit and what does and was thinkin doing a add a leaf in rear to see if that would fix the rear lean or just wait and buy a lift haha