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Old 10-19-2010, 01:32 PM
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Pissed OFF.. Susp help

ok well my truck used to sit crooked so i figured it was haveing 300K on my rear springs and a bad bushing on the front driver side (it sits drivers side low) now i put 2 brand new 4 inch lift springs on the front and bought some v codes for the rear with 80,000 miles NOW after all the springs put on the LF (drivers side) sits 1.5 inches lower than RF and the LR sits 1.1 inches lower than the RR. and the LR spring is def more compressed than the RR. one would think the left rear spring is weak but with it sitting crooked before and after all the springs being swapped i would think either LR or RR maybe has a tweaked frame or something. can someone give me some help on what to do i am tight on money. is there some frame measurements i can take to see if it is tweaked?

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PM DCSpecial of truck toyz you should also watch your language
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PM DCSpecial of truck toyz you should also watch your language
Language? where? pissed?
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if the front is lower on one side, its gonna have an effect on the rest of the springs to compensate the angle. so i would first look at the LF. if ya want, swap the LF to the LR and see if theres a difference.
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