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Old 02-09-2014, 10:34 AM
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Default 2010 dodge ram 1500 sags rear end????

my truck seems to sag to the drivers side rear a bit. didn't notice when it started. its really minor but now i noticed it it bugs the crap out of me. I've seen on other forums that I'm not alone. just wondering if anyone has done anything about it.
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my truck seems to sag to the drivers side rear a bit. didn't notice when it started. its really minor but now i noticed it it bugs the crap out of me. I've seen on other forums that I'm not alone. just wondering if anyone has done anything about it.
I notice it some already. 26 gallons of fuel weighs roughly 156 lbs and it's on the driver's side. 32 gallons weighs 192. This has got to be a major factor behind what people are seeing. I'm planning on getting the Airlift 1000s once I lower my Ram. I'll run slightly higher pressure on the driver's side.
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