So for the ranger lean, I have a fix. Did some research after Evan suggested it to me, since I'm leafs, I have no adjustment for ride height like a coil-over or air shock setup. So the plan is to run a 1" block on the drivers side front axle under the spring on top of the perch, to compensate for the lean. Also thinking about throwing in a spare toyota leaf in my drivers side rear leaf pack to bring the rear up to ride height, then both springs up front will settle the same. It's not going to be unsafe, because only one side is getting blocked, while the other remains on the axle perch. Only thing that it will change other than ride height, is the angle on my drag link, which is adjustable with my steering setup.
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wait.. did you just say your gona put a block in the front??.... trevor.. NO!! BAD TREVOR!! NO!!
btw, truck looks really good how it is!! loving the front leafs.. youll never be able to beat the lean, especially with front leafs, they will always sag to the sides and lean a bit, i woulndt be too worried about it.. but dont even think about blocking the front...
That\'s how you\'re supposed to run Bilstein shocks. Many people think they\'re opposite, but that\'s how they\'re intended to be used.
I\'m not blocking the whole fronn end. Just one side and it\'s only 1\"... it\'s nothing major like a 2.5\" block I have in the rear. With it being so small, and only on the one side, it\'s not unsafe.
Trimming actually is the word. I wont need much with the amount of lift I have. Trimming where the spring hangar hits the valence, and the sides of the valence where tire could potentially rub. But because my axle is designed to pivot up and back, I wont have to trim much.
oooooohhh ok. Thats cool I didnt know that was possible.