did you check your axle position, after a 2” lift I was a full inch off center to the driver side, caused quite a bit of steering instability.. adjustable track bar helped a bunchmine was closer to a 2.5" lift but I assume it will come down a little over time.
I forgot to say I ended up with some deadly wabbles after putting the Mopar kit on. Im pretty sure its a caster issue, Im still working on it with help from CORE off road in Denver. Im going to do some synergy adjustable control arms pretty soon to take care of the problem. its not bad but when I hit some bumps my wheel likes to shake for a second or 2.
I have very little, and decided I am fine with it.. if I had picked the vehicle up like it is now, I wouldn't have never done anything and had been happy.. If it's still to much for you, then everyone talks about pushing the caster to 6" with a cambolt (cheap but you drill a permenent hole) or adjustable lower arms. I haven't tried it but that is what i would have tried nextI put the teraflex track bar on and got it centered. still have some wobble.
Great pics, I always am too caught up in the moment going thru the real rough stuff like that.. to stop and grab photos.. I wish i did a better job of that..Mopar lift with mastercraft 37s. This is just after install so may still settle some. Do have rough country front track bar and super lift rear bracket.
Have been using the Jeep.
Are those 17 or 18 inch wheelsGot a 2.5 in lift and have 37's. Just took it out this weekend and it rubs in the back and that is without disconnecting the swaybar. There is a small piece I took off in the wheel well which helps but there is still a piece that rubs. If you want to go offroad I highly recommend 3.5 in lift.