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If you can bleed the LSPV, it should be working OK.
It shouldn't need adjusting, unless
You have a suspension lift, but they usually come with an extension bracket to address it.
Your springs are worn bad and the back of the truck is sitting real low, the LSPV would interpret that as a heavy load and allow more braking power to the rear.
Bypassing or eliminating the LSPV would provide max brake fluid to the rear. Disconnecting it at the axle and tying the rod up tight to the frame would do the same thing.
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