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post #1 of 3 Old 08-25-2011, 06:10 PM Thread Starter
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I have a mini spring pack in and the track bar bolt was a pain. It was about a hole off. Now that I am all done My left side is an inch lower than the right. My right side is 41 1/2 inches and the left side measures 40 1/2 inches high from bottom of tire to bottom of fender well. You can notice it from looking that it is leaning to the left. Wonder if it can be from the track bar? Should I cut and sleeve it to see if will then straghten out? Take the bolt out again and see if that does it?

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when i owned a shop thats what we did before the adjustable track rods came out. all you due is cut the track rod in half then with the truck sitting flat on its own weight let truck settle then crawl under and tack the sleave on the track bar and then remove and full weld the put back on and your good to go.
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well took the track bar back off and the truck is still leaning to the left side so the track bar is not the cause of it. Just wondering what else it could be?

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