I tried searching first, and found some good info, but it was mostly for trucks that are lifted more than mine. Here's what I have: 87 Sub, 1/2 ton, 4WD. 2" Rough Country spring lift, shocks, and steering stabilizer, new tie rods, and ball joints about 10k miles ago. The truck rides great, and looks good (all that I was really after). The problem is steering wandering. It doesn't bump steer at all, but on the highway it seems to wander a bit. Nothing's loose, and the alignment is good. In looking around, the only thing I can see out of place is that after the lift, the tie rod that goes from the steering arm to the knuckle now sits at an angle, instead of flat. I'd guess the angle is about 10-15 degrees. Taking some quick measurements, if I raised the steering arm on the knuckle about 1.5-2", it would sit level. The only issue I can see with this is that I can't find a 2" steering arm, only the 4 inch and up, which would angle the tie rod 2" the other way. So, could this tie rod not being flat cause steering wandering? If so, are there any manufacturers of a 2" arm, or any other solution? Thanks in advance!