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My drivers side was over 1" lower than the passenger side (SOLUTION)

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Old 08-30-06, 08:30 AM   #31
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I have this problem, and my passenger side front and rears are 1" higher than the driver side. I changed out the shocks/springs, took off the front and rear sway bars, and it still sits like this.
what other things could be causing this problem?
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Old 01-01-12, 09:03 PM   #32
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BUMP this is some good info, having the the same dilemma. Just had my endlinks replaced with new ones and my passenger side also sits higher, about 3/4" than the driver side. Going to check this out tomorrow morning.
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CL comes through for me...again. Thanks for this thread. Thought I was going to have an epic suspension problem until I checked the sway bar. Just had to jack up the offending side and the torque of the sway bar practically popped itself back into place.

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