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Hi guys i'm new to the forum and trucking community. I wanted to ask some questions regarding how to correct my "chevy lean".

Since lowering my truck, using DJMs 4inch drop control arms (upper & Lower) I have noticed that my driver side front is 1inch lower than my passenger side (when measured from the bottom of the tire to the frame). It tends to rub when going over small dips and when riding on the Highway, the rubbing of my tire has become extremely annoying when taking long trips on the road.

The passenger side is perfect and does not rub only when I hit very large dips on the road. (which is expected with a lowered truck)

Do you guys know how I can correct this problem to get it level with the passenger side?
 

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common problem .. gas tank on driver side ,so that is the lean issue .. I have seen many GM trucks 1500 with this problem NEW GM TRUCKS ..tweak it up on driver side a bit ..
 
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