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need some help

I just got a 6 inch pro comp lift put on and I was looking at the rear axle and it seems like its not straight so I put a tape on it from the front tire and there is a 3/4 inch diffrence from one side to the other so I was wondering if its somthing that can be straitend out or is somthing wrong with it
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it shouldnt be that off... i would take it back where you got it done and have them see what they can do
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post #3 of 4 Old 11-12-2007, 08:34 PM
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are you talking about dog tracking? All truck manufacturers do it. When your behind the truck it looks like the rear wheels are traveling in a different track? Is that it or are you talking about something else?
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are you talking about dog tracking? All truck manufacturers do it. When your behind the truck it looks like the rear wheels are traveling in a different track? Is that it or are you talking about something else?
Wait... are you saying all trucks dog track? I notice it on some trucks (and cars), but not all. I thought it was the result of frame damage or suspension alighnment issues.

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