This whole time, have you actually tried measuring? Everything you've said so far has ZERO actual distance measurements stated.Here you can see it, the ground is level, also taken to 3 different places to make sure it wasn't my driveway, all tires are the same brand and PSI, you can see it leaning to the left in this photo(passenger side), here is inside the passenger front wheel well
Well this is more fun than that head unit thread.Sorry, but I think this might be a bad case of buyers remorse and group hysteria. We still don't have any meaningful measurement numbers from op.
Check your tire pressures first, make sure they are equal - then take actual measurements from the bottom of the fender opening to the ground on all four corners, and report back.
Well if its leaning to the left you need to carpool with republicans, that will give it a nice right wing lean,It's the liberal side!!!
Take the truck to somewhere you see is level, a concrete pad like at a gas station. Take a tape measure and hook the bottom center of the rim to the top of the wheel arch in all four corners. This way it doesn’t matter about tire inflation as your going from a solid item to another given point.to get an accurate measurement, I measure where exactly to the ground? I used the top middle of the wheel well(fender) before to the ground and the passenger front was 33 1/2, drivers front was a little over 34 inches. but someone said I wasn't measuring spot wise correctly. Yesterday the guy at firestone said the passenger rear is leaning right by an inch more than the drivers side and the passenger front is almost an inch and a half off lower than drivers side. I just measure straight up the middle of the tire on level ground. i start at the ground and when I hit the highest FIRST point of the fender/wheel well that is the measurement, correct?
And buyers remorse? Maybe. I still got a good deal on it for $15k and even if carvana buys it with its "issues" ill make my money back, but with the way the truck market is right now I would like to repair and keep it.
Order of photos-
1. passenger front
4. driver rear.
Okay... so seeing the ACTUAL measurement numbers (and the ACTUAL percentage of height difference) what do you make of it? Are you okay with a little difference? Do you expect it to be exactly equal (it never will be)? Does it bug you enough to want to chase the culprit and resolve it? Is it worth the time?Thing is the mechanics all said it was lower on right side as well by about an inch or so each mechanic said the same thing so I'm not only going off my parking lot levels
Did they measure from the ground? If so tire wear and inflation count in the calculation.Thing is the mechanics all said it was lower on right side as well by about an inch or so each mechanic said the same thing so I'm not only going off my parking lot levels
Like I mentioned earlier, it can be so many things.I am outside of El paso texas. And sadly I would rather pay the 2-400 to fix it but nobody locally knows what's wrong to fix haha it's funny because usually it's the other way around for mechanics overcharging but every mechanic has told me they see it but can't find the problem