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The truth here is the dealerships have no idea why it leans. I had both rear springs and the drivers side shock replaced. Still leans. And that myth about the gas tank is just that. If Nissan had designed it to lean to offset the weight it would be low on the passenger side. Come on guys. You didn't really believe that did you?
Just got back from the dealership - the mechanic and service manager confirmed my measurement of a 3/4 inch difference. Apparently this is quite common as they did what zach suggested and measured similar trucks on the lot. The 'problem' is with the cab and it appears it is purposely or accidentally put on that way with no adjustments possible at the dealership's end to level that point on the truck.
Just for the sake of this thread I did mention the gas tank theory and they both laughed. The service manager said, "If believing that makes it easier then I guess, okay!"
Oh well. From now on I will just close one eye as I walk towards the front of the truck.
|Most of it turned out to be a tweaked sway bar|
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