Originally Posted by b_r_a_d_79
is your torsion bars lowered? It looks like the reason this happened is because the truck is always riding on them. I may have been told wrong but I was told to try to keep space between them and arm when dropping my front end.
Frankly, I don't know -- how can I tell?
2006 Chevy 2500HD Crew Cab 4x4 Duramax LBZ LT, Fire Engine Red
Purchased April 2013 with 25k miles; 62k miles as of Feb 2016 | DSP5 by Idaho Rob (extra mild tunes; running enhanced stock tune for EGR block) -- 4/1/14 | Edge CTS, EGT probe and Dash Pod -- 4/1/14 | Kennedy twins, wire harness and MEGA filter (soon) -- 3/XX/16 | MA pump upgrade kit -- installed 9/7/13; refilled w/ Transynd | Double drain, double pan drop and refill w/ Transynd on 8/17/13; double drain on 12/14/15 and refill w/ Transynd | Suncoast shallow pan filter lock -- installed 8/17/13 | Nicktane adapter -- installed 8/4/13 | Z71 jounce / bump stops -- installed 8/4/13 | Front wheel bearings replaced at 60k Jan 2016