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Old 12-19-2011, 01:37 PM
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The suspension has a setup like a panhard bar that locates the axle (driver side to passenger side) so the axle actually does not stay perfectly centered through travel. At oem height, it is centered at stock height, but during travel it will shift (less than 0.5" probably) to one side, then during even more travel it will pull back in. Now that he lowered his truck, it is slightly off center due to changing the suspension's "normal" ride height. IMO for a 2/4 kit or just a 2" rear level kit it's not a concern at all. Even with a lower drop it's probably not a concern but that's MO.
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