Have others run into the fact that front ends are unlevel on these
trucks? Seems as if the right front is higher than left front by about an
inch. Rear sides are level/even, so problem seems isolated to the front
Shep, evidently all these years come this way. Not so noticeable as
from factory; however when front is lower to the ground, such as with
BellTech drop-spindles, the discrepancy shows up. BT even sells a spacer
for driver's side coil spring to compensate; and same spindles fit like
82-97 years without the spacer. So it again leans toward those later years.
Why GM did such?--it sure would be nice to know. Hoping this info may save
others some headaches down the road.
BTW: Thx for the reply. s
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