*All measurements are close, but may not be exact. You should be able to get the gist of it, though.* OK, so here's the deal. My suburban's body leans toward the drivers side. It did this before and after the lift, so I know that's not part of it. Plus, the body bushings look to be in pretty good shape, but I don't know s%*t about body bushings or how to tell if they're good or not. I measured the height from the top of the tire to the trim on the fender well on all 4 tires, and here is the results: D. side front: 11" D. side rear: 9 1/2" P. side front: 11" P. side rear: 10 1/2" It seems to be about 1" lower overall. Here's a pic from the back: And the front. It seems worse in the rear, but it could just be me: And here's body-panel-to-floor measurements on all 4 corners: Left front, approx. 26": Right front, approx. 26 3/4": Left rear, approx. 28 1/4": Right rear, approx. 29 1/4": Also, this may or may not be related to the body leaning, but the passenger side front tire seems to stick out further than the driver's side. Here's some pics to compare, I have a metal ruler leaning from the outside of both tires against the trim the top of the fender well, if you can see it: P. side: D. side: I've kinda ignored it up until now, but it's really starting to bug me. Any help or suggestions would be great! :great: Thanks in advance for any help!