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was messing around out side today and was looking at the truck and was thinking of the 5100. so i whiped out my measuring tape and found someting very odd. back driver was 36", driver front 34", passanger back 35 1/2", passanger front 34 1/2". just want to know is this the same on everones?
 

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It could be the ground you were on. Gas tank is on the driver side for Tundra's. Odd measurements, sounds like the truck is teeter tottering.
 

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if it is messed up it is messed up no matter what system you measure it in. went and remeasured it in the work parking lot and got front driver 34 1/8", front passanger 34 3/4, back driver 36 11/16, passanger back 36 1/4. you tell me
 

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You will NEVER find a perfectly flat driveway or concrete pad to be able to measure the height of each fender.

If you can find a (very straight) 4X4 piece of wood, try to drive over it and use shims to level it. Then see if you can measure the fender heights as well as the wheel centers heights, that would be a lot more accurate then concrete I think.

As mentioned above, make sure your tires are the same brand, same wear and same air pressure.
 
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