HATE TO BE SO BLUNT, BUT HATE TO SEE PEOPLE WASTE MONEY ON DOO DOO PRODUCTS
OH NO ONE OF THE WORST LIFTS YOU CAN DO
16 X8 ARE TOO WIDE FOR MOST 245 75 16S , 7 INCH TREAD, 8 INCH WHEEL, NOT GOOD IN MOST CASES
PLUS A 3 INCH ADVERTISED MAY GET YOU 2 INCHES
HOPE YOU DID NOT ALREADY BUY THEM !
what lift ? Tire sizes, wheels are you planning on maybe we can help
For wheels 7 inch wide 4 inches of backspacing when lifted works very well
Plus stay at or below 245-75-16s , even at that size you will lose some power and gas mileage unless going to regear to 4.10s
Lift only one is...
Not me, my son when I was teaching him how to do it, had only been in the USA 2 days at this point, never worked on any thing mechanical before, and around me less than a month total LOL
His first week here in the US from Tanzania , we did 2 KJ lifts, 4.10 front and rear...
First you do not need to use a spring compressor to install new rear springs , especially stock ones
After removing shocks and jacking up more they literally fall back in easy
Next if you ran into / over a load of firewood then the cradle got of shoved back on one side
Go find a really good...
Well springs and shocks are weak from day one so there is that
front springs are rated at 310 lb, should of been 345-350 lb
But first, how many miles on it and then on level ground measure from middle of the wheel( hub area ) to bottom of the flare and report back
Many things to check but start with the AC pulley, bearings, next even the tensioner and related pulleys could be worn out. This little bit more power needed when turning on the AC would cause this . At times the simplest things could be a larger problem. A lot of folks never think of replacing...
Tires could very well be it
Sounds like first you have an alignment issue
Next , the tires, once they set up a wear pattern nothing is going to change that and will continue to wear in that direction, just nature of tires
Also with that amount of miles, suspension is shot unless it has been...