So just finishing up installing new lower control arms, adjustable strut rods, etc. Tightened the torsion bar adjusters with it in the air, suspension hanging, to approximately where they were before. Set the car back on the ground, rolled it forward and back a couple times to settle suspension. Measured my ride height and I was a little high on the passenger side. I raised the front end again, backed off the bolt, set it back on the ground. Rolled it front and back a couple times, and went to jounce the front end a couple times on each front corner to help settle the car. Jounced the drivers side, and BANG ! and the car drops about 6" ! First thought was i'd somehow snapped a practically brand new torsion bar. But looked under the car and the adjuster bolt was hanging loose a couple inches below the control arm. Turns out the adjuster bolt ripped the threads right out of the nut. The adjusters are probably the only item in the front end that I haven't replaced recently. Somewhere in the past I'm sure somebody was cranking these up and down with all the weight sitting on the car, and trashed the threads. From what i've read you should always lift the front of the car to take the weight off the adjusters before trying to crank them up on down.