Toe is a bit low on the right, but not enough I would think to cause what you subscribe. The lower the lift the better as long as its tall enough for your tire needs. Those tires are 32.6" tall so you could get away with a 2.5" lift easily. How many miles on the lift, maybe it has some worn parts up front? I would get underneath the front and check for worn ball joints and tie rod ends, loose hardware on the track bar specifically. Make sure it is all torqued properly. Shocks. That is all free to do. Are you used to driving a lifted 4wd vehicle? It will never be car like. Are the sway bars connected? Are they there? I would check it all out and then there are recommendation to help if all is up to par. If the lift is new it could be the mechanic torqued everything while wheels were hanging. this would cause bushing bind. All has to be torqued with wheels on the ground with vehicle weight. Good luck. It certainly sounds like it can be better.Hey all!
I bought a 2015 Wrangler Unlimited Sport with what I think is a 4" teraflex lift with control arm drop brackets, TF HD tie rod, HD track bar, falcon adjustable steering stabilizer, Teraflex HD balljoints. New tires (285/65R18) and I have tried psi from 26-37. The issue I have is incredibly flighty/wandering steering. If I am driving I can be thrown into the next lane. I need a ton of micro corrections to stay in my lane. Going on the highway is extremely sketchy. Does my alignment look ok or is there any area that looks like it can contribute to my issues? Any comments or questions are welcome!
I believe this is the lift kit that was installed before I purchased:
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Would dropping to a 3" lift help out? View attachment 368058