ok, dont give me too much of a hard time but i figured if any place would know more about these trucks it here. I bought a 90 suburban for my wife, the only thing is its 2wd Now I just finished putting in a set of bell tech #3100 dropped spindles and now the passenger side is 1" higher than the drivers side. On to the confusing part. -I double checked to make sure the spindles were the same and that the spindle shafts were in the same location and they are. -I measured both sides from the floor of my garage to the bottom of the lower control arms and the measurements are the same. -I measured the distance between the lower control arms and the spring cup/bucket on the frame and they are the same. -The coils are sitting in thier place like they should,plus i never removed them. The jack stands never left the lower control arm the entire install. If it had to do anything with the suspension then one of those measurements would have to be conflicting. When I measure from the floor to the fender lips in line with the hubs its an inch out, same with the bumpers. Even the space between the tire and fender lip is different between the two. I don't think its the floor because it doesnt matter where the truck is, it looks uneven. I checked the rear leafs to make sure none of them were broken and they are fine. It does seem to me that the front passenger side seems stiffer when I bounce it up and down compared to the drivers side, but again, why are all the suspension measurements checking out ok? I am clued out, am I missing something?