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Van lowering in kent
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Afternoon people. Been asking at quite a few garages but not having any luck. Anyone know a garage that will lower the torsion bar. 

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Dan
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You probably need to find an axle specialist. IIRC, IM Axles will set the height on a replacement so they may also be able to reset an existing one.
There are plenty of posts on here about rear axle replacements, a quick surf should show up some suppliers.
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