Rear coil spring mounts...

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My '05 Suburban has a terrible lean in the rear.
It has some new rear suspension (springs,shocks,and sway bar links)...it is super snowy here, So i have I investigated further, but I'm thinking it might be the top coil spring mount.....does anyone have any experience with this or other ideas?

I have looked for frame pics, to see what the top looks like, but not much luck.
 

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It's a pretty simple setup and only the springs dictate the height. Can you post some pics of yours- the lean and underneath showing the tops and bottoms of both springs? Has it always been like this since before the new parts? After the new parts?
 

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Top and bottom are either seated or they are not. You would hear some noises for sure. Pics and maybe, just maybe, the springs are mixed and have a different spring rate. If it is that, it would be the very first I have ever heard of it.
 

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