Join Date: Aug 2010
Location: Houghton, MI
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Thanks for the tip Cary. I checked the axle centering again and it was off maybe 1/8". I adjusted the track bar to fix it, but it didn't seem to help much. I took off the sway bar, loosened all the bolts on the radius arms, and drove the truck around a bit. That didn't help either...
Does anybody else have a 7" Icon lift that could tell me how much space they have between the axle and bump stops?
Or any other type of height measurement I can use to compare and tell if the Driver side is low, Passenger side is high, or both.
2009 F350: H&S HD300 tune, 5" exhaust, AFE stg 2 intake, PTP EGR delete w/ intake elbow
1995 F250: PHP Tunes, 3" dp to 5" straight pipe, AFE big boost intake