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    was measuring the front end of my truck today to see what the diff with a lift would be... was measuring the top of the wheel well to the ground on both sides and the driver side is an inch lower to the ground (in the front only)than the pass. any ideas guys, never been wrecked all stock parts nothing looks damaged or bad. thanks in advance

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    What year/model truck?
    Could be a worn part causing it to set that way. One tire could be a little taller than the other.

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    Could be one torsion bar (if so equipped) has less tension on it. If so it could be remedied with a front-end alignment.

    Like Tim said though, tell us what model and year of truck and it would be easier to narrow the possibilities.
    Darcy
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    04 chevy silverado 1500 ext.cab 2wd w/ coil springs

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