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Hey guys, when I look at my truck from front, my driver side tire appears as if it sticks out further than The passenger. I'm thinking that maybe when I installed my 1.25" body lift, as I jacked up one side to fit the spacers In, the cab may have slid over a half inch or so. If I loosen my cab body mounts is there a way to slide/push/pull/adjust my cab so tht it sits evenly between my tires. Also make not the that my wheel alignment is good. I just got an alignment done last week. Any tips or ideas? Thanks!
 

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don't you just un-do the body mount bolts and shift it back? then tighten her up? I think that's what I read on someone else fixing theirs. good luck!

and that shouldnt mess with your tire alignment...
 

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Thanks for your reply! Ya I was thinking that's what would have to be done but I'm not sure as to how to go about the actual 'shifting' of the cab. Also I didn't think doing the body lift affected my alignment, I just wanted to rule alignment out as a cause for the off stance look. Anymore Idea sor input anyone? Thanks!
 

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Thanks for your reply! Ya I was thinking that's what would have to be done but I'm not sure as to how to go about the actual 'shifting' of the cab. Also I didn't think doing the body lift affected my alignment, I just wanted to rule alignment out as a cause for the off stance look. Anymore Idea sor input anyone? Thanks!
Just loosen er' off and put yer shoulder into it! :LOL:
 
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