I have just gotten my new 2003 GMC Sierra 2500HD back from the shop for some brake work (needed to have the rotors turned). They suggested that they turn up the torsion bars to level the truck front to back. I like the way ot looks leveled, but am a little concerned about how it will carry loads now that the front is more or less even with the back. They turned the bars all the way up in an effort to level the truck. He said if I don't like the bars up all the way, they'll put them back down a little and re- align the truck free of charge. I was thinking I might have them lower the nose down about 1.5", to help shift more weight to the front, so it will carry a load better. Will lowering the nose help the truck "look" better when hauling 1.5 yards of topsoil (heavy) in the bed, or will lowering it not really make any differfence? Will lowering the nose help the truck "look" better when hauling our 11,000 boat/trailer? What do you think, lower the nose down 1.5", or keep it level? What have you guys with HD's done with your truck "leveling"? Thanks, Matt- proud owner of a GMC Sierra 2500HD!!!