Originally Posted by Taco's for All
The front is only off by .25" and will be fixed with the spacer that I have.
My problem is with the rear end. Do the rear 5100's have to be put on specific sides? I am 99% positive that both shocks were the same length.
The rear shocks shouldn't be side specific. Unless one of the shocks is like 5" too long it wouldn't change how the truck sits; shocks bear no weight, they just dampen the bounciness of the leafsprings, which determine 100% of the rear height. Your truck wouldn't raise or drop 1mm if you took the shocks off completely.
Maybe one of the shackles is binded and not letting the leafspring sit properly.
Maybe you were accidentally sent 2 different AALs, 1 at 1" and 1 at 2" lift or something.
Are both of your front tires and both rear tires at the same PSI?
Are there the same number of leafs in each pack?
Are both packs mounted clean on the axle leaf-perch?
Maybe go find a good rut or rock and flex the rear out completely on both sides a few times, it might settle.