Re: Lift Alignment Question / Rear end stick\'n out to passenger side.
Ever see a lifted Jeep look like it's going sideways as it's going down the road? Usually caused by not finishing the lifting job.
Higher the lift, the track bar, or Panhard becomes shorter, pulling the axle to the side. That not only offsets the axle, but can cause "Bump Steer." That calls for an adjustable one - and adjusting it right.
Get a good alignment shop - one that knows what they are doing - ya gotta shop around - to do a 4 wheel alignment. They use instruments on ALL 4 WHEELS AT THE SAME TIME to check not only caster/camber/toe, but offset, tracking, thrust angle, skew etc.
Some shops cheat, they do one end at a time - that won't do the job.
You can do it fairly well yourself with a friend. Just measure the distance between axle ends to assure they are parallel - be fussy - within 1/8 inch. And make sure both axles are centered in the body. Takes some crawling around with a tape, but well worth it.
Mesure both front to rear, then "X" measurements.
Sure makes a huge difference in handling.
The rear axle needs to be exactly centered behind the front one, and parallel.
Easier said than done!