I already had SteerSmarts track bar and tie rod before this lift. Replaced the SteerSmarts track bar with MC one due to interference with MC diff cover. Stock drag link.CT - why did you not install the MC tie-rod, drag link, and trackbar? Had you already upgraded them?
Factory drag link doesn't have adjustment on that side, it's fixed.Do you have any tie rod end adjustment available at the steering knuckle end?
Sounds like the guys got it covered how to fix your steering wheel, I’d only suggest that you go ahead and get the yeti drag link sooner than later, as it’s now the weak link n your steering & suspension.
I didn’t have adjustable control arms when I installed these parts, I do now. But in retrospect it seems obvious that I could have adjusted the SteerSmarts track bar to not make contact with the diff cover. The SteerSmarts is a 3 piece unit with 2 adjustment points, if I’d have removed it and adjusted it so the bend was moved about an inch to the passenger side everything would have been just fine.Looks like you already have good intel from other members on how to center your wheel...
My question is where was the interference with the Steer Smarts trackbar and the MC diff cover? I have a JLR with full Steer Smarts setup (trackbar, drag link and Rubi-length tie rod) and recently installed the MC front diff cover & skid and clears fine. I am running the Mopar lift with adjustable upper and lower Teraflex IR arms, was the clearance issue with stock control arms before you installed the MC arms?