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Rear axle not square to frame - normal?

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I have a 2015 GMC Sierra. 60,000 KM. It's never been in an accident.


I've noticed that the rear tires on the passenger side stick-out further than on the driver's side - substantially ~0.75". Measurements off the frame confirm this. I've noticed this before, but I just put-on some BFG KO2s and it's definitely more pronounced. This can't be normal is it? So many idiosyncrasies with these trucks ... like the cock-eyed steering wheel.


Thoughts? Thank you!

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It shouldn't be the norm. My 2017 has Duratrac's and I've not noticed the rear axle being off center to the naked eye at least. I've haven't measured it though either.

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