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Cartmans Critters
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Ok so just two weeks ago I measured my fenders and was at 45.5" in the front on both sides.
I measure today right before getting my spacers put on and now its 45" on the driver side and 46" on the pass side.

What would cause it to lean like this over the past 2 weeks? The lift kit has been on almost 3 years
 

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Why wouldn't it? It's in the middle of the truck and the frame is rigid besides.
 

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My Dixie Wrecked
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Why not just turn your driver side torsion bar up a hair to level it out?
 

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you hit a really big pothole and your drivers spring sagged slightly, therefore transfering weight off the passenger side and causing it to raise slightly.
An extremely dense astroid the size of a peanut crashed to earth, caused a pothole in the road down the street, then bounced onto your truck lodging it's self between the cab and the bed by the frame rail on the driver side. The extremely dense, yet very small, piece of material has a huge graviatational attraction sucking the driver-side of your truck to the ground.

:imo
 

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Cartmans Critters
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An extremely dense astroid the size of a peanut crashed to earth, caused a pothole in the road down the street, then bounced onto your truck lodging it's self between the cab and the bed by the frame rail on the driver side. The extremely dense, yet very small, piece of material has a huge graviatational attraction sucking the driver-side of your truck to the ground.
:LOL: You fuckers, am I going to get anyone with a REAL answer :bawl:
 
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