I have a 1971 Super Bee 383 that can't get out of its own way. I've already put a Borgeson gearbox in it and would like to be able to actually drive the car one day. It has factory .90 inch torsion bars and leaf springs (both have 4.5 leaves). Are your 1.03 bars going to be too thick and a mismatch for my stock leaf springs? I have to screw in the passenger side torsion bar adjuster 5/16" further than the driver side, to get the car to sit level in the front. If the adjuster screws are even, the car sits over a 1/2" lower on the passenger side. I suspect that maybe the passenger torsion bar is older and more fatigued (it physically looks a bit older than the other bar). Possibly maybe the car was in a wreck at some point in time and the frame is tweaked? I don't know.. When I push up and down on the passenger side of the car I hear a noise, that I don't hear from the driver side when doing the same over there. Previous owner thought maybe it was a strut rod bushing on the passenger side, making the noise. Entire front suspension of the car was rebuilt within the past 20 to 25 years I can tell that much.. I doubt that included the torsion bars though. Here are some photos. I'm also worried that the 1.03" bar will not clear the Automatic column shift linkage bar that runs perpendicular right above the torsion bar on driver side. When examining the existing driver torsion bar, it looks like there is some evidence of rubbing on the shifter linkage bar that runs above it. I've included some photos of the patient. Gotta love those leaky drum brake wheel cylinders.. Like I said it ain't going anywhere anytime soon.