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I'm going to try and get some details from the dealership I bought it from but I think my truck has a leveling kit or something.

It's had a very slight pull to the left since I bought it, but I figured it just needed an alignment. Took it to my dealership and they said it was just barely out and fixed it and the pull got a little better but was still there. So today I was looking at my truck head on and noticed my passenger front tire sticks out a few inches farther than my driver's side.

1) Is that an indicator of some sort of lift?

2) How can I correct this? I'm assuming an adjustable track-bar / panhard bar or whatever they're called in Ford suspension lingo, but figured I'd ask!

3) Would this cause a slight pull?

Thanks!
--Cameron
 

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The track bar is just to keep the axle centered and prevent it from moving side to side. It shouldn't affect the alignment but the axle should be centered a lot closer than a few inches.
If it's been lifted more than 2-3 inches, it should at least have a drop bracket for the track bar mount to put the axle back in the center and to keep it parallel to the drag link.
 

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Yeah, they said the alignment was fine but it still pulls left a bit. I thought it was a tire pull so when I rotated the tires I put both left tires on the right side and it still does it. I'll take some pictures and put them up here later today.
 
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