My truck might be leaning (lower on drivers side) I measured it today in my driveway and the rear left sits an inch lower than the right. I'll have to measure it on a flatter surface to be sure.
I have the stiffest springs; 1C code and the 2" factory block. If I replace my leafs can I replace them with some 2" lift springs (If they exist) to get rid of my block and would my Duff traction bars still be able to work?
why not? im putting traction bars on 4" lifted leafs with the factory blocks and they fit perfect. Gatorblue92 on here put the duff bars on his truck with 6" lifted springs and they work perfect!
I meant the Air bag idea. The bags go ontop of the leafs and attatch to the frame. They increase the payload and decrase rear sag. It won't work because the traction bars are mounted to the top of the leaf spings.
Even if you did even it out it would still lean to the drivers side with a full tank of gas, and if you got it even with a full tank of gas, then once you got low on gas the truck would lean to the pass. side.
^^They roll off the assembly line with the driver side cranked more than the passenger side.
Yes they do. AND, when I had my truck up on a lift when i was installing my lift, the left rear wheel sits lower then the right by about a half inch (same as the front wheel with t-bar cranked a little more). At that point my truck only had 3500 miles of nice street driving so im sure that it was supposed to be that way. It sat level on the ground though.