No differences due to the T-bar work. A bit softer up front, but that's because of the bullbar weight.
Our 100 is Sonora Gold Pearl, and my wife drives it on her long five mile commute in Elk Grove, so that wasn't ours.
I adjusted after the bullbar install, though the lean was there before. I think I was at least an inch in height difference. I can't remember the number of turns, but the ratio was about two to one, i.e. if I turned four times on the passenger side, I cranked eight on the driver side.
I think I saw you yesterday, were you at the corner of Glenn and Sibley? Looked like your truck.
Anyway, yeah, the Cruiser "lean" has been a "feature" on all the coil-sprung Cruisers that I have seen (quite a few 80 Series also had the problem). Usually aftermarket suspension was...
"Torque-steer" huh? OK, at first I was going to write that you should dump that shop like the proverbial hot potato. But the symptoms actually seem to fit, now that I think about it.
I am very familiar with this phenomenon (I commute in a front-wheel drive Saab that can put 280 foot pounds...