I have noticed for a while now that my trucks seems to sit on a slight angle to the driver side. I first noticed it when I was driving and the steering wheel was pointed to the right, I just thought I was on a angled road, then I noticed more and more. Then I was looking at my truck from the front and you can see it on a angle. So I measured the wheel wells and the driver side sits about 1/2 lower then the passenger. I made sure the tires all had the same amount of air and that nothing was in the bed pushed over to that side. I first saw it with my stock tires and it still sits the same way with the new ones. I rotated the tires and nothing changed. This is not normal is it? I measured the top of the shocks and they are both the same on both sides in the front too.
I did notice it a little more with a full tank, but I got 35 gallons, so a little more weight there. It does not register on the truck app, just the steering wheel. I just bugs me, not having a straight wheel.
Mine is about .5 in. lower on the driver's side rear. I brought it to my dealer and they confirmed it. Then they presented me with documentation showing that Ford considers this to be within spec.
I wasn't happy to hear that so I took it to another dealership and got the same answer. The official line is that anything within 5/8 of an inch is acceptable. Beyond that measurement, the recommended action is to install a new spring.
Seems like mine always leaned a 1/2" more on the drivers side first noticed last year when I was trying to setup my trailer hitch. I think airbags are the way to go these rear springs are terrible. I wanted a 3/4 ton truck not a 1/2 ton!
you said that the front of your truck leans, how about the bed? several trucks i've owned in the past would develop a lean in the bed, as i assume it was just uneven wear of the springs. My current truck doesn't seem to show any kind of lean yet, but its still pretty young.
I have a 2014 F150 with 7800 km.. and the rear drivers side sits 1 1/8" lower than the rear passengers side.. doesn't matter where i check it drove to 4 spots (all appeared level) and measured facing both directions in the same spots. I will be going to Ford because something has to be wrong. On the front both sides sit exactly level with each other - within 1/8 of an inch every time. I thought maybe it was the fuel - but right now the tank is nearly empty and still the same thing - it is not level and you can easily visually see it from the back. Seems odd.. like a leaf or a shock is broken already. Which would be a big **** off because the truck doesn't even have 10k and I work an office job.. the truck is NOT working hard like a work truck. The truck still drives very smooth and straight just leans in the back.. and it is now driving me nuts. Will be taking it to the dealer ASAP!