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99d1 w/factory springs. What points should I use to measure between to find the culprit thats making my disco leeann? I used one of those ratchet twist in spring helpers on the suspect spring, but didn't correct the lean..... And before you ask...no, it's not on the driver side and no, my wife is not a "big girl" ;)

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You will break your old warn out factory coils with that twist spacer, get rid of it and replace both your warn out springs and flat shocks to correct not only the lean but also your ride.
There are many lifts on the market, I always suggest Old Man Emu.
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You can lift your truck with a 2" lift kit and your geometry will be just fine.
New springs/shocks may not correct your lean though. My truck lists to the passenger side and I have no clue why. I gave up caring and installed a 3/4" spring spacer under the passenger side rear coil. Done.
 

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If you have the original factory suspension, that is why, the shocks are shot and the coils are collapsing unevenily.
 

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Procomp hd +2 shocks
bb 2" lift springs
 
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