I looked through the thread but couldn't find what tires you are running. Some tires make DW more likely and it will get worse as they wear and age. Hopefully you've conquered the issue.
I am running BFG KO2 34X10.5R17's. They are under 34 inch diameter and not very wide compared to a lot of JK tires I see out there.I looked through the thread but couldn't find what tires you are running. Some tires make DW more likely and it will get worse as they wear and age. Hopefully you've conquered the issue.
I have the MC adjustable control arms, castor is set at the recommended 5 degrees. The pinion angle is very good, I'm kind of wondering if more castor would help, but if the problem is now fixed I won't mess with it.You have previously said that the caster angle was good. I assume the MC lift came with caster cam bolts.
I am running a lot of caster. I was running cam bolts cranked with drop brackets but now have adjustable control arms. The problem with too much caster is the front drive shaft. I only have 2.5 lift and if memory serves me I settled on 6.5 caster.
I wonder if a 34x10.5 would be worse than a 33 or 35x12.5. A wider tire moves around in the pavement grooves more but the sidewall would have more leverage on the narrow tread. Not saying your tires are the culprit, just thinking out loud.
One of my oldest friends works at a Ford store and we have this conversation often. The internet tells you there is a cure but that cure can vary so much. The dynamics of a vehicle with regards to equipment and tolerance stacking can influence so many different things.