SledWrecker....wrong....a wheel will likely never lead, it will always trail with the geometry of the JK as given. However, the caster needs to be set around 4 to 5 degrees to avoid wandering. Yes, adj control arms will allow caster to be adjusted if the lift did NOT include installed cam bolts. I think the OPs real problem is the crap RC lift that is installed, maybe they are good on some trucks, but not on Jks IMO. Get rid of the drop pitman and TB bracket and get the drag link and track bar as parallel as possible to avoid bump steer, then make sure the TB is properly torqued down and that the mounting holes are not wallowed out from previous problems. Best write up is Planmans.
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