Hello Everyone! So it's been ages since I cut, turned, and tempered my very first center punch in shop class. Don't remember much about it if I'm honest. Fast forward: I chopped the mounting plates off of my rear sway bar; the new coilover mounts didn't clear the bar, so I moved the bar back an inch or so. The Question: test fitting seems to indicate the sway bar is not as aggressively controlling body tilt as it was before. I expect this is due in part to the change in geometry, but I wonder if I didn't take some of the temper out of the outboard legs in the welding process. Looking for informed opinions as to whether or not to attempt re-tempering and if so to what level. I have an induction heat gun that may or may not be up to the task of heating just the outboard legs to what I imagine would be a dull cherry red. Alternately, have a smallish Mapp / acetylene / oxy torch. Looking forward to your feedback!