Nah, I dont think its sagging, as I put a smaller diameter tire on the drivers side. That and its on uneven terrain. The tire leaning over is just an old flat one I took off the car I traded. Its all in the bed now.
And 2WD's have quite a bit of rake in them from the factory.
The front suspension on the truck in my sig is completely stock. (the rear is lowered about 3")
MJ--nice truck. Rebuild the BBD, and get a 2.5" single exhaust pipe on that slant and you'd be surprised how well a supersixed slant will pull all that weight around Of course, need to get the rear fixed first
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