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  1. I just recently purchased a new Comanche. Elated at the find as it's in great shape with a V8 swapped out apparently by the CEO of Novak I bought it sight unseen. Got her home and was loving on her when noticed that the clearance on left side from tire top to bed wheel well is almost 1.5" less on left side. I know that the lift is fairly new, but it is add a leaf. Am I to assume that the originals have lost shape and creating sag? The add a leaf isn't doing its job? Or could there be something more nefarious that I don't know about. Crawling underneath the truck shows nothing twerked. Its
  2. EDIT: I guess the title should be more specific to the question about converting the front to leaf springs. Pardon my inaccurate problem description. I am kind of new to the off-roading modification scene. I am wondering what the deal is with people doing leaf conversions on the front end (SOA conversion, is that the term?) I've done a little bit of reading on the forums but cannot get a clear understanding. I don't understand the benefits or why someone would do it to their Comanche. I see it sometimes on Wranglers, and honestly with Wranglers the benefits seems more intuitive. But I
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