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Thread: Rearend out of alignment.
08-24-2009, 08:55 PM #1
Rearend out of alignment.
I have noticed that my rear passenger side tire sticks out farther out the wheel well than the driver side. Both leaf spring shackles are leaning to the passenger side. My first thought was that the frame must be bent but the truck use to have a goose neck hitch. I'm thinking PO must have overloaded the truck and now the leaf spring bushings are shot. Anyone here had to replace their bushings yet. I haven't got around to price a set. This new job has me working enough hrs that I get home and don't want to do anything.Robert
2000 Chevy Silverado LS Ext. Cab 5.3 2wd.
-Single Inlet/Duel Outlet Flowmaster 2.25" Pass. Side Exit
-20% Tint on Front Doors
1997 Suzuki TL1000S
2002 Kawasaki ZX9R F1
1997 Honda CBR600F3
1982 Yamaha XJ650RJ SECA
Plumbers and Pipefitters Kansas L.U. 441
5th. Yr. Apprentice
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