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Out on the trail yesterday the guy following asked why I was leaning to one side. I've since emptied the truck of other peoples spares, pioneering tools and the family, but it still leans. It used to sit pretty level, and since then its had new shock all round but not new springs. The difference is about an inch at the front, 1.5" at the rear, with the passanger side sitting lower than the driver's side.

I've being doing some pretty tough tracks recently, so checked that the springs are seated properly. My list of suspects are tired springs and a tired or bent rear anti-roll bar (after reading Canonball Bob's thread about his listing Disco).

Anybody know of anything else obvious to check?
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