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    Truck has a lean

    My truck is lowered and I noticed that it leans more to the drivers side. I can notice really bad from the back of the truck. What can I do to fix this? I have tried searching it and am not 100% sure I found the right fix yet. Thank you

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    Belltech sells a coil spring spacer to help level it out, but that would raise it on one side.
    Or you can just cut part of a coil off to lower the high side to the same height as the lower side.

    It seems like alot of GM's trucks are that way....

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    I was reading that you can cut a sway bar bolt to make it level out but unsure if that will fix the back or just the front.

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    If I remember right it's due to the gas tank being mounted on the drivers side. Isn't there a model with an extra leaf on one side to support that? Maybe look into that.

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    Do not cut your coil or heat it to fix it.

    The spacer is the best way to correct it(other than airbags, lol)

    It's a common defect that all s-10's have and is infamously known as the chevy lean.
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    Thank you all for your help.. I will try and see what happens and let you all know if it works.

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