The truck is an 88 3500 4x4 diesel. The problem is the front end needs raised a little. How do you go about cranking the torsion bars up? I have never done this before, so treat me like an idiot while explaining. Or, in the true sense of idiots everywhere, tell me if I am better off having someone else do it. As far as my mechanical abilities- I am pretty good, was a mech in the service, and I have done frame-off's on a bunch of trucks and cars. I just never have dealt with torsion bars before, so I have little understanding of them. I rebuild alot of wrecked vehicles for resale, but I have always shyed away from the 88-up GM trucks with damage to the front suspension. The truck sits low in the front, more than I think it should. I have a Western old-style plow mount, and never had it hit anything with the plow off. But, when the plow is on, the mount is only 6 or 7 inches from the pavement. At the apartments I manage, I like to back-drag the sidewalks (which sit as high as the curb). With my 87 Chevy, I can do this, but with this truck (the 88) the plow mount scrapes the sidewalk. Please tell me what to do.