i have searched but i could not find any good info on why my truck leans so bad to the drivers side
I put brand new chevy 4" lift springs in the rear but it did not help
Somebody please help me out please it looks so retarded
mine would lean to the passenger side real bad. I swore it was the rear spings, so I put different ones in and no help. It ended up being the front springs. Even though the sagging was in the right rear corner.
your spring didn't happen to have a high speed impact with a racoon did it? i heard they can cause stuff like that to happen. j/k. did you change anything before it started leaning? my runner was leaning the whole time when i was building it but all my mounts were exactly the same. after i drove it the springs settled and it sits level now.
one of my testicles hangs lower than the other too...
drive it around the block real fast in the corners and itll lean the way you turned last when parked..soft flexy suspension IE: not a honda civic... i last turned left on my way home from work this afternoon and i just looked out the window and sure enough my truck is leaning to the passenger side parked.
it has leaned since i did the build up and i figured it would leavel but it never did so i took the all poop rears out and put chevies and it didnt help so now im getting ready to replace the fronts
but i was woundering if anyone had any other suggestions
seriously though, did you forget the spacer for the front springs? if not, flex up the other side like 85runnerAZ said and it should level out a little...if your springs are brand new you probably need to break them in better...
if it started after the build up i would suspect the spacer also. is it there? and more important, is it on the correct side? if it is i would try swiching springs from left to right to see if this helps before going out and buying a new set. are you using a manufactured set or some home made junk yard springs? if junkyard springs maby there was a reason the donar vehicle was in the yard or they could have come from different vehicles.
im using all poop in the front but they sent me a new set for the front because i had a set of the weak clamps that they sent out so the replaced them
Also i know this sounds bad but what spacer are u guys talking about i dont remember ever seeing a spacer for the springs
Spacer is for the driver's side perch. The pass side sits higher because it is partially up on the diff. Find a piece of 3/8 x 2 1/4 or 2 1/2 and drill a hole for your spring pin. Weld it to your driver side perch so it will be the same height as your pass side. The stock springs are made side specefic.
A forum community dedicated to custom off-road vehicle owners and enthusiasts. Come join the discussion about trail reports, builds, performance, modifications, classifieds, troubleshooting, fabrication, drivetrain, and more!