The springs were installed correctly per Thatk30guy's instructions and using common sense. My buddies over here, I'm stationed in Korea, NOW mentioned to me that they noticed the tilting before the install and never mentioned it to me; they thought it was due to the old springs and shocks and they knew I had a new lift kit coming. But, now the tilt is more pronounced. So this is a prior problem. Could body bushings cause a 2" tilt? They have to really be compressed! I'll look at them over the weekend also. I will order a sway bar bushing kit. The ones on here now are shot to hell! Rubber pieces are broken, cracked and chunks are missing. When installed over the weekend, I checked the rears prior to install for broken or cracked rear leafs, etc. All parts are in order. I did not torque down the u-bolts however. Didn't have access to a torque wrench but will have this coming weekend and I'll torque them correctly. I tightened the u-bolts while under load. How difficult is it to swap out the body bushings? A one day job? 1/2 day? What's involved? Loosening the springs, etc. I tightened the u-bolts while under load Thanks for all the tips and advice! Additional note, again, the kit I got from Wes is not the problem. Don't want anyone thinking Wes sold me a bad kit.