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Old 07-19-2018, 08:18 PM   #11
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That's it!!!! The first owner was a NASCAR driver! He only made high speed left turns. Right side suspension is "wore slap out".
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Hey, @turbozeke418
Don't take the ribbing to hard, there are some people on this site that will help....








Take a look at the body mount bushings.







best I could do....
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Have you measured from the frame to the ground to see how much difference is there? If frame is level and body is not, then it's body mounts. Make sure tire pressures are equal, too. My truck leans a bit to the driver side without anyone in it. But I decided not to pursue that issue.

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