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Old 09-30-2009, 08:34 AM
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LEVELED F 350 2 INCHES AND AXLE SHIFTED TO DRIVERS SIDE? NORMAL?

AS TITLE READS. AND WHEN YOU GET UNDER THERE AND LOOK IT IS PULLED TORWARD THE DRIVER SIDE. AND THE SPRING IS RIGHT UP AGAINST THE FRAME ON PASS SIDE AND ITS FARTHER AWAY ON DRIVER SIDE. DRIVES STRAIGHT AND RIDES FINE ITS JUST ANOYING. AND HARD BUMPS TURNING LEFT ITS HITTING OR RUBBING THE FRAME.

I CALLED TOP GUN AND THEY SAY THEY DONT HAVE THIS ISSUE?

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AS TITLE READS. AND WHEN YOU GET UNDER THERE AND LOOK IT IS PULLED TORWARD THE DRIVER SIDE. AND THE SPRING IS RIGHT UP AGAINST THE FRAME ON PASS SIDE AND ITS FARTHER AWAY ON DRIVER SIDE. DRIVES STARIT AND RIDES FINE ITS JUST ANOYING. AND HARD BUMPS TURNING LEFT ITS HITTING OR RUBBING THE FRAME.

I CALLED TOP GUN AND THEY SAY THEY DONT HAVE THIS ISSUE?
What kit did you use and have you had the truck re-aligned?
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ROUGH COUNTRY 2" KIT THAT GOES UNDER THE SPRING. YEA I HAD IT RE ALIGNED. BUT ALIGNING IT WONT HELP THE FACT THAT THE AXLE IS PULLED OVER
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Normal? Sort of.

Fixable? Yes.


You need to do something with the trackbar....the bar that locates the axle side-to-side. You either need a longer trackbar, or at the minimum, a trackbar drop bracket.
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Old 09-30-2009, 09:28 AM
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SO I NEED A ADJUSTABLE TRAC BAR. COOL WHERE CAN I GET ONE ASAP
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The trackbar should be adjustable the alignment shop was able to fix mine.
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THE STOCK ONE IS ADJUSTABLE?
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ROUGH COUNTRY 2" KIT THAT GOES UNDER THE SPRING. YEA I HAD IT RE ALIGNED. BUT ALIGNING IT WONT HELP THE FACT THAT THE AXLE IS PULLED OVER
I'm lostyou say the spacer goes under the spring (coil spring)? Am I reading this right, all the spacers I've put on went on top of the spring.
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yeah the 2 inch kits rize, rough country, ect go under the spring
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yeah the 2 inch kits rize, rough country, ect go under the spring
I did not know that thanks
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