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My dad asked me to replace the shocks on his 2004 Indy 500. He said it was leaning to the right when its just sitting there, so i ordered the part and got to the house and replaced it. Well it still is leaning to the right. The whole sled.. then I noticed there was damage to the right trailing arm, and someone must of tired to hammer it back straight. If I replace the trailing arm, will that help bring the sled back to the proper height and help him steer while he's putting around the farm? Or is it the spring?
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