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I don't disagree, but there is supposedly a reason for it...

They say they do that so that when you have a heavy load (insert joke here) in the back, it becomes level with the front. A lot of people will add a lift to the truck and even it out in the process. Unfortunately, doing a lift also kills the warranty. So I imagine if I end up loving this truck, at the end of the 39 month lease, I'll buy it and then add a lift kit to make it more even and also so it sits higher and possibly with bigger wheels. In the meantime, I have to live with the oddity. It doesn't look nearly as uneven in person as it does in pictures, though, fortunately.

(In response to this post by Charleston Cav)

Posted: 01/08/2018 at 5:45PM


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