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MY 84 FLEETWOOD HAS 2 PUMPS 8 BATTS AND I ALREADY BLEEDED THE LINES AND ALL NEW OIL IN IT AND IT STILL LIFTS AND DROPS UNEVENLY HELP!! 3 TON SPRINGS IN IT AND THEY R NEW?
 

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could be the douhnut pushing threw the front on 1 side. could be the spring pushed threw the rear spring perch if coil over. when locked up ( no travell left ) measure it- still one side higher?
 
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check your fluid level if its low it will get more pressure to one cylinder then when you drop it it drops uneven
 

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With the lines primed it should make much of a difference, but I have heard of vehicles lifting crooked if one line is significantly longer than the other side. Also, the weight of the driver can cause it to lift uneven too. Try lifting it with a passenger see if that helps. Are all your fittings the same, all your dumps and slowdowns the same? When my batteries start dying my car tends to lift a little crooked. Hope that helps.
 
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