I've got a '72 K5 w/ a 6" BDS lift and 35" MT's installed by the PO. I installed all new tie rod ends and centerlink ends, checked the ball joints and bearings and now the play in the steering is virtually gone. I also put a new steering stablizer on it. After I did all this I took it to a mechanic in the area whom I've know for about 20 years and had him check the alignment and he told me as far as he could tell the toe-in was correct, the caster was OK but this twitchy feel in the steering was caused by excessive camber. This truck has little wedges in between the springs and their pads, And I am beginning to see that If I take those out to restore the camber, I'll probably kill the front driveshaft due to excessive pinion/driveshaft angle. So I'm hoping that someone out there can help me here. I don't really want to pop for the adjustable ball joints. I'd rather try a different set of wedges if I can get away with it or go to 2.5" lift and 32's Thanks!