So, the first time I parked the PUP at home I blocked the left side to level it. I expected I would have to do this as it is an uneven driveway. I haven't actually camped in it yet, but this past week I took it to my dad's house to do some work. I parked the PUP on his level pad, and noticed the left side still sagging. I took the wheel off (was checking wheel bearings anyways) and noticed a good deal of rubbing inside the fender, though the tire looked ok. The right side rides higher and doesn't rub. As far as I have read, torsion axles can wear out? I understand that the rubber inside can dry out and loose its... rubberyness? The arm of the torsion axle is on splines. Is is possible to offset the worn out torsion system by rotating the arm clockwise on the splines? (ignore the finger ) The splines in question. As you can see, other than dealing with rust, it should just slide off, clockwise and back on. What do I need to consider when doing this? What should I look at for replacing it if I can't rotate it? P.S., for those interested, the Pup is a '95 Bonaire BA700 with 12" wheels. I do not know the make of the axles.