Hi all. Over the summer, I had a shop swap out my stock danas for some reman D44s from a rubi. At the same time, I had them remove my BB from the rear and add in some OME HD 3" springs, replaced damaged stock lower front control arms with OEM ones (shoulda went adjustable), add new front adjustable track bar, CV-based SYE and rear driveshaft kit (had a welding shop shorten new rear and existing front drive shafts), all new pad/rotors/calipers and finally had got the leaky steering box replaced. All axle angles look Was not a pleasant bill.
Anyhow, I noticed a slight tracking wander (almost like a torque-steer - combination of body roll and slight fishtail feeling) on the highway when I got it back this fall that is waaaay worse on snowy roads (4wd helps a little bit. Seems to be coming from the rear as it doesn't feel at all like typical front-end wander). It also happened with my MTRs, so I don't think my wheel spacers or winter tires are in play either.
I'm going to have the shop that did the work out here (BC) check it over - they are great but don't deal with Jeeps much so we both might have overlooked something. The only thing I didn't do is replace/add anything to the rear trackbar - should I have done something like add a bracket or replace to accommodate the lift and conversion to the D44 from the D35?
Any other ideas? I think I have handled most/all other recommended upgrades for the lift and swap.
Thanks in advance for the insights.