So I have a 2002 Xterra with the following suspension/tires upgrades: - Calimani (whatever its called) UCA - Bilstein 4600 lift shocks - Rear Shackles - Low-profile bump stops - Torsion bars are maxed out (have not re-index them yet) - 33' BFG KO2 tires with 15 inch rims Problem: My xterra rides like a lowered car. Meaning the front suspension seems really stiff. I can feel everything on the road. Another way to describe it would be that the tiniest pothole or crack in the road, if I hit it, it hits hard an I feel it. Trust me I not out to achieve a Lexus style ride quality. Just not something that feels like I have no suspension. Info I read: I've read tons and of threads bout cranking up or maxing out the torsion bars. Some people say how the torsion bars only adjust the vehicles ride height, raising/lowering the truck and not the ride quality . Other people say adjusting the torsion bars greatly affects the ride quality by either loosing or tightening the tension on the suspension. Also torsion bar thickness etc, tons of specific details and theory's. Solution: Please correct me if I am wrong, I had a Isuzu pickup back in the day, I cranked the torsion bars down to lower the truck. That made the front suspension really loose an extremely bouncy on the tinniest bumps. So with that said I am thinking if I re-index my torsion bars on my xterra and leave it at the same lifted height it is at now, the torsion bars wont be maxed out anymore and the re-index will allow the LCA to flex more adjusting the ride quality a bit. If that works a bit then possibly getting a stiffer thicker torsion bar from 4x4 parts.com? Has anyone gone down this path an fixed their suspension this way? if a little bit? If not what other options are there?