Ok...I am going nuts here. I THINK my Bullitt is leaning (lower) on the passenger side. BUT I am not sure. I can tell u it is driving me nuts.
I have gone as far as measuring up from the ground to common points on both sides (ie. seams in the body, etc). Measuring indicated that the right side is about 1/4" lower front and back, but this may be normal?? I mean, would something as simple as level of fuel in the tank cause this? Also, here in SoCal, the roads are convex to allow water runoff but I have never noticed it this pronounced. The car FEELS like it leans more than 1/4" and it feels like it is more in the front than the back. Could I have bent something in the suspension taking a dip too hard or something?? Or maybe it is something normal that I am noticing only now and obsessing over.
I just don't want to give it to the dealer for this because I don't trust them enough not to f it up. But I personally don't know enough to identify a prob IF there really is one.
Like I say, I know it sounds crazy but it is driving me nuts.
I think you're going to be lucky if you get a fix. Mine leans to driver's side and my fat butt doesn't help! Springs are properly seated and the fix for me is not in sight. I think if we all measured our Bullitts, we'd find that many are not quite level. All of the SN95s have been prone to this, particularly the driver's side lean.
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