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    Uneven Ride Height Adjustment on DTD?

    I have noticed my Jeeps DTD has an uneven spanner nut spacing from driver vs. passenger side.....

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    Odd thing is, Jeep sits level and seems to ride/perform just fine.

    Anyone else have this issue?



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    Quote Originally Posted by mchrisovergis View Post
    I have noticed my Jeeps DTD has an uneven spanner nut spacing from driver vs. passenger side.....

    IMG_0450.JPG
    IMG_0451.JPG

    Odd thing is, Jeep sits level and seems to ride/perform just fine.

    Anyone else have this issue?



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    It was likely setup this way to balance out the lean that the fuel tank Influences on the left side. I did that to mine as well to level it out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    It was likely setup this way to balance out the lean that the fuel tank Influences on the left side. I did that to mine as well to level it out.
    Thanks, I assumed it was a cause of the fuel tank. Appreciate the feedback.


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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    It was likely setup this way to balance out the lean that the fuel tank Influences on the left side. I did that to mine as well to level it out.
    Cool story. Why are you here again?


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    Quote Originally Posted by mchrisovergis View Post
    I have noticed my Jeeps DTD has an uneven spanner nut spacing from driver vs. passenger side.....

    IMG_0450.JPG
    IMG_0451.JPG

    Odd thing is, Jeep sits level and seems to ride/perform just fine.

    Anyone else have this issue?



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    Compensating for the JK lean... Luckily, I am exempt from this issue

    However I am Jelly of your clean Rebound Stickers...

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    Quote Originally Posted by DWiggles View Post
    Compensating for the JK lean... Luckily, I am exempt from this issue

    However I am Jelly of your clean Rebound Stickers...
    Just curious... how are you exempt? Dont you have DTD and Evolever rear? Did you get rid of you JK tank and go with a fuel cell?
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    Quote Originally Posted by OverlanderJK View Post
    Cool story. Why are you here again?


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    I have another Jeep to sell. Thought I’d contribute a little first lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by dillard09 View Post
    Just curious... how are you exempt? Dont you have DTD and Evolever rear? Did you get rid of you JK tank and go with a fuel cell?
    He always drives on empty

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    Quote Originally Posted by Benito View Post
    He always drives on empty
    Well that's one way to do it! Haha
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    Quote Originally Posted by jeeper52 View Post
    I have another Jeep to sell. Thought I’d contribute a little first lol
    Ok that’s funny.


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