hey everyone, another new guy here! been reading this forum for a while seems like a good bunch of very helpful people:great:. i have a question i hope hasnt been asked to death i have searched the forum and couldnt find anything so here we go.. i have a 2000 silverado 2wd single cab short bed pickup ive been thinking about either lowering or lifting the front to level( kinda prerunner style) today i put my truck in the garage and aired all the tires up even to see how much lift or drop i need to level it and noticed my truck isnt level from side to side. its 7/8" low on the driver front corner(compared to the passenger side) and 9/16" low on the driver rear compared to the passenger side rear. Ive never noticed this before and wonder why this is? i noticed on rockauto.com that every OEM spring supplier has a spring set about 1" higher on the driver front to correct this. i guess my questions are is the a common problem with these trucks? and why are they like this? thanks alot in advance for the answers if you can help.