Hi all, advice appreciated. I have a 75 Bay (auto) which was lowered by a previous owner. We have corrected the front suspension (wasn't easy) and I need to correct the rear. I am of the impression that the Bay's have Torsion Bar suspension which needs to be pulled apart to an extent, 'clicked around' a few notches, and reassembled. I have been told by one mechanic it will take around 3 or 4 hours, all going well. The rear tyres sit badly, I am told due to the lowering, and are again scrubbed out. I'm about to take the car in for new tyres next week, and look to be changing from the non-standard tyres and rims I have on (205/55 x 16) to put standard rims and tyres back on. The tyre place I will go to has told me they are happy to look at doing the rear suspension for me to bring it back to level. I was going to wait until I can get it back to my mechanic but this would be many months away. In the meantime, this will mean the new tyres will start to scrub before I can get the camber corrected. So, my question, as long as the suspension at the rear has only been lowered using stock suspension (i.e. no extra add-ons), is this something that the tyre place could easily achieve? If so, what kind of timing should it take, and therefore what kind of price should I be looking at for this work? Initially I was just looking at 4 tyres, but I do like the idea of driving out with the suspension all fixed and new tyres ready to go, meaning I will get a longer life from them. Thanks all.