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Front or rear? If front, look underneath to see if the passenger side torsion bar is broken, or if it has torn out of a rusted mount.
johnrbecker said:Well this may sound a little on the strange side but here goes. I knew this fella at Ft. Meade Maryland back in the 70's.
He was a Civilian worker who had a glandular problem he went between 450 and 500 lbs. Anyway he had his Chrysler's
suspension modified to support his weight and so that the front end would stay in alignment. You see due to his problem
and the alignment problem was to put larger / heavier springs and torsion bars on the one side of the car there for that
side set of the car set 11/2 to 2 inches then the other side . Check it out if you put about 450 to 500 lbs the alignment
will be right on the mark. I know it's strange but true.