It looks like your KP adjuster nuts are backed off enough, or maybe not hard to tell in from the Pic.
Your top KP cones did they get tourqed down to at least 400LBs? Factory is 600LBS but 400 is fine for what we do, those cones have to be sitting real flush on the top of the C. This is why I never mess with the cones unless they need it, I know they come new in the kit but out of the hundred plus or so axle's Ive built maybe a half dozen I did cones.
A few Thou. off and it can mess with the specs of the KP cones, like hitting the top of the high steer arm.
Try to loosen the high steer bolt and if it frees up then its a clearance issue with the KP cone, knuckle and high steer arms. You might need to clearnce the top of the cones to make it clear.
This is the other issue with after market parts, they may not all be dead nuts to eachother and a little tweaking is needed.
They should be tight but not enough so you can't swing them buy hand with some force.
1993 YJ 4.0 60 Front, Rear steer 60, bolth spooled, 5.38's, 700r/241 39.5 iroks and beating it like it owes me money.
Thanks. I probably could have left the original cones but they were pretty scratched up. I don't know what the torque was to. Allen wrench and an 8' Cheater bar with everything I could give it. I will look at it again. Right now I just need to drag it on a trailer. Thanks
A new Dodge truck or the thing got a hell of a facelift
I actually inherited the red dodge along with a 20' deck over goose and some tools from my uncle who passed away a month ago. I had tried to buy that dodge from him for the past 5 years and he wouldn't sell it. 04 2500 lb QC 4x4
Plans for it eventually are 315/70r17 tires on my h2s, 5" exhaust, tuner, and really toying with the idea of a free spin front hub kit. From what I've heard it's about 1-2 mpg increase on free spin kit. Would take several years to pay for it, but we'll see.
Dually dodge needs brakes badly. Once the brakes work again it's getting sold.