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More lift on 1 side than the other to help lean?
I have an '02 leaf spring truck that already has an extra leaf in the front to level the stance. The truck also has a big heavy replacement front bumper and factory 3.625" blocks in the rear so the front still sits a bit lower than the rear and it drives me nuts.
I ordered Zone Offroad's level kit which is an oversized mini spring pack. I'm only going to run about half of the leaf plates so I don't get the front too high.
My question is this: Is it feasible to run an extra leaf plate or two on the driver front vs passenger front? The driver side sits a full inch lower than the passenger side does. I would imagine it is simply because the driver spring pack has sagged more than the passenger, would this be an OK way to correct the sag or would it throw off alignment and such?
Should I just learn to live with the Chevy lean?