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Old 04-12-2007, 12:44 PM   #1
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Has anyone ever noticed that there floor to fender lip is different from drivers side to passenger side?

I didn't notice untill a week ago when I was putting the spray hose to wash out the rear inner fender well was tighter on one side by about 3/4 of an inch. Any idea'* why?
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Better cornering? Like NASCAR, maybe?

You got a lot of heavy friends you give rides to??

I personally have never noticed it.
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A couple of good suggestion MOS, but I think you're just trying to increase your post couple you Post *****....Just kidding and thanks for at least making me laugh.
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My driver side is about 1/8 higher than the passenger side. I figured it was aging springs.
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