After I got back from a recent camping trip, the bottom leaf in my TSB leaf pack was slightly angled when looking at it from the rear. I think the rear of the bottom leaf in the leaf pack on the drivers side was slightly pointing to the center of the truck. Also, since I got back from this same trip, I've noticed a slight 'clunk' when coming to a stop, maybe also when taking off from a stop (could be when just letting off the brake). I'm hesitant to call it a clunk because it is so slight, but seeing as these are two things I noticed together, I'm wondering if they might be related.
On the camping trip, I got stuck in a pull-off on the side of a road through the mountains. It was pouring out, the road was slick, and the pull-off was mud/loose dirt. Plus my rear drivers side tire was in a pot hole (a pretty big one at that). I did spin a littl bit, but I didn't try too hard to get out, I just put it in 4x4 and reversed right out. Anyways, I'm thinking something here might have causes what I described above.
I guess all I'm thinking is that the rear needs to be tightened. I got the TSB leaf pack a few months back on my 2009, and since then it's just been road driven.
Is this worth dropping the truck off at the dealer, or should I just let it go?