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Torsion Bars adjusment

Today I adjusted my torsion bars on my 2000 Ford Ranger TrailHead. I started to adjust my torsion bars today and found out that the driver side adjustment bolt was already maxed. While the passenger side had plenty of adjustment left. The distance to the wheel fender was the same side. Is this normal? and are suppose to be uneven?
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I think the point of the driver side being already cranked is because most of the weight is on the driver side, so it needs to be a cranked a little more so it will appear more level, especially when the driver is in the vehicle (most people drive alone).

Just a heads up, people get butt-hurt when you don't search, and I know this question has been brought up before, and you might find more information and your question answered if you try that first. No biggie, just a friendly suggestion.
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