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Hi everyone I have a 99 reg. cab 2.2l 2wd. I have noticed and other people have told me that the truck is sagging on the drivers side. I think the front drivers side is where the problem is and it is making the whole truck look like it is leaning. Any suggestions on where to start troubleshooting. I am hoping it is something I can fix myself. Thanks for all your help and keep up the good work.

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Jon M
 

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Belltech makes a coil spacer for the driver's side that can be found on summitracing.com. Nobody has really come up with a good explanation as to why chevy trucks have the "chevy lean" so you pretty much just have to jack the spring up on that side.
 

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so I measured and i have

Drivers Front: 6 5/16
passenger front: 7 3/4
driver rear: 7 3/8
passenger rear: 8 3/4

So with that information do you think I would be better going with the coil spacer or cutting the sway bar end link. Keep in mind i dont claim to be a mechanic I just hate to spend a ton of money on this truck. I just drive it mostly highway 70 MPH. I want it to last another year till I can afford something else.

Thanks again for your help.

Jon m
 
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