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Drivers side of Sky sits lower.

Hello everyone. Noticed this today. Left rear of vehicle sits about half an inch lower then the other three sides. Tire pressure is correct on all wheels. Understand not entirely uncommon for drivers side of vehicles to sit a bit lower over time due to drivers weight. And, the drivers weight in these cars is right up against the rear wheel. I measured from ground to wheel arch. Sky has 20,00O miles. Anyone care to confirm this? Not sure if I should be concerned or not. Thanks in advance.


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