First, unload your axle from the lift and wood, have the frame on jack stands. Loosen all bolts, but don't take them out. Inspect all the bushings. Put your tires on, remove the jack stands and re torque all the bolts. Should be straight then.
I disagree... Boomerangs are good for adding a little extra flex and will stop the shackles from inverting if you do any off road when they are installed properly. Just don't go over a 5" center to center shackle.
Before and after......now my problem is....My track bar like just a little from being able to bolt back to the axle. I know alot of guys say you dont need it....but i want to put mine back on. My thought is to cut it and sleeve it....any thoughts? Other than leave it off.
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