i have a 74 chevrolet k20, prior to the new lift i had 4" front tuff country springs with rear blocks, and 3" bodylift. a month ago i purchased 6" tuff country ez rides with ORD 1" zero rate for the front and and ORD 4" shackle flip with 4" blocks in the rear. about 2 weeks ago i was looking straight at my truck and it was drooping down on the passenger side, so i thought maybe it was cause my tires were turned. then i went home and it still was like that in the shop, so i measured from the front spring eyes on each side to the ground and there was a 3/4" difference from the passenger side to the driver side. and it almosts looks like the passenger side spring is flatter than the driverside. but now since i took the spring apart to put the zero rate in wouldnt that void my warranty? ANY IDEAS????