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Could one of you guys tell me if my front end looks off? I think my right side (left side in pic) looks quite tilted. I looked under and cant see anything that looks bent. Has me a bit worried. Thanks.
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When in doubt get the tape measure out make sure your bearclaws have the same psi. Also looks like the ground is not level.
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Saw that to.. the left tire (in pic) is sitting on higher ground. Looks straight though.
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Ill be bringing into the shop this week and will measure off a level floor. Thanks
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i was going to suggest checking your shock tensioners.. make sure one didnt slip a few notches and making the one side sag...

so what did you find out measuring it on a level floor? was it just a optical illusion in the picture?
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