That is the main reason I do all (except trans and alignment) my own work. It got so even the "trusted shops" could not be trusted all the time.Well we can hope your 4x4 shop set your CAs properly, but you might be surprised. Talking with my local mechanic one day about some work I had them do, I found out when they tighten the CAs, they "just hit it with the gun" when it is up on the lift ... which is the wrong way to do it. They assured me it is fine, they "always do it that way." So I took it home, loosened all the CAs, bounced the suspension a couple times, and re-torqued.
The shop does not always do it right. You might be able to reduce some of the creak of you revisit the CAs.
I have since purchased 2. A 17" and a 25"I keep this one in the toolbox, just in case something is really tight: 1/2 in. Drive 25 in. Breaker Bar It's a beast.
I have been working on cars for so long, its ridiculous. I was primarily an old Chevy guy. 56 Sedan Delivery, 57 Wagon, 54 pickup, and a 52 pickup. Much simpler and plenty of room to work. I'm 72 and I am trying to give myself a break. You will to somedayThat is the main reason I do all (except trans and alignment) my own work. It got so even the "trusted shops" could not be trusted all the time.