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Front wheels look weird...please help.

hey guys!! How're we doing? I got a f250 2001 4x4 7.3 and I see that the front passenger tire is close to the bumper with a big gap between the tire and the back of the tire well, and the driver side is very close to the back of the wheel well and a bigger gap between tire and bumper......anyone knows about this? Thank y'all!!!
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I'm no expert at all...but sounds like the axle might be out of alignment on the springs. I would take to an alignment shop you trust for an estimate. Most will give you an estimate for free. If you don't have one you trust...watch everything they do.
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And by the way, if you're a veteran, which it looks like you are. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE !!!
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And by the way, if you're a veteran, which it looks like you are. THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE !!!
Thank you brother for the help, and no need to thank, it was pleasure and an honor
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Did you ever figure out what the problem was, I'm having the same problem with my truck. Thanks.

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No brother it's still the same if you do please let me know, ill pm you if I find out
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Okay, I'll do the same and thanks for serving.

2001 f250 cc sb, Zf6 swap with zoom 650 horsepower clutch, Ts six position chip, Banks 4" turbo back exhaust, Ats ported compressor housing, riffraff high flow compressor wheel, riffraff boost fooler, 10 inch lift on 40 inch procomps xtreme terrains, RiffRaff FRx, Airraid cold air intake, boost and egt gauges.
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My pleasure bro, thanks
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