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Re: Think mY SMack is WhacK!
<font face="Comic Sans MS">Park truck on flat, level surface and bust out a tape measure. Measure from hub flange to ground (both sides), from a couple of arbitrary points (pick your own point, but make sure you use the same point on both sides) on the frame to ground (both sides), and from a couple arbitrary points from the bed to the ground... This will tell you where the discrepancy is located... [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
Report back with results and just where the discrepancy from one side to another starts...
Basic question, does it have the same size, brand and style tires on both sides?
Replacing shocks should have no affect what so ever no matter what, since shocks don't support any of the weight of the vehicle...
That's the best way to troubleshoot any problem by the way... Just step back, take a look at what factors could potentially contribute and run a test...
And by the way, please in the future try and use subject lines that *MAKE SENSE* and pertain to what the subject of the post really is... i.e. "Why is one corner of the truck sitting low" and so forth... [img]images/icons/crazy.gif[/img] Makes it easy for people who know to find it if they don't read all posts but know they can answer that one so look, and makes it easier for when somebody wants to search for it...</font>