I just installed a 2 inch lift on my blazer and now I notice a small clunk when stearing about a 1/2 turn left and right of center. I can barely feel it on the wheel and it can only be heard sometimes. Should I worry about this or is it just working it's self in from the shaft being extended?
Might want to see if the steering wheel is binding anywhere at all when you turn it, by having a friend turn the wheel and then checking the shaft as it rotates. Good idea to do this soon before it gets worse and becomes a bigger problem for you!
I had a 89 GMC Jimmy a few years ago that i put a 3" body lift on it and had the same prob you are Discribeing
Heres what I found the problem to be in the engine compartment where the steering shaft comes throught the firewall there is a universal joint on the shaft that joint in my opinion was poorly designed and isn't open enough for a tighter angle then stock and rubs on itself after the lift you can either drive it for several months till it wears itself for clearence otr you can take a die grinder and shave a little material of the joint where it is binding for clearence or You can try getting the joint off a toyota truck (approx an 85) and try mateing it onto your stering shaft
The toyota joint can handle almost a 90 degree angle with out binding up