For one, the Cs on your new G2 axle housing are bigger than stock. That will definitely cause the steering stops to hit earlier and increase your turn radius. For two, the new knuckles are beefier, right? Since Teraflex has you screw in the same stops, they likely are now closer to the C as well. Bad combo.
You could always get new bolts to shorten your stops, but Reid says this about it:
"Make sure to check for u-joint binding and yoke to yoke interference at full lock in both directions, if binding or contact occurs, axle breakage will happen."
Someday I'll get around to doing this to compensate for the Cs on my G2 axle too...
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Auto / 4.56 Gears / ARB Front, Auburn Ected Rear Locker & LSD / G2 Core 44 35 Spline Axles / Alpine 9-Speakers & Sub / MC 3.5" w 6pak shocks / 37" KM3s on Method 105 Beadlocks