Originally Posted by Fishnlewis
I just bought a 2014 Jeep Wrangler Unlimited Rubicon X. Had the Teraflex 2.5 lift, Bilstein 5100 shocks and steering stablizer. No issues with stock tires. After installing XD Rockstar 18x9 with 295/75/18 Nitto trail grappler mt steering pulls to the left. Re-aligned and contiues. Need help, Fishnlewis
Nittos pull left. Toyo Mts pull right. It is a characteristic of the design of the tires.
You can run slightly less psi in the passenger front tire to create more drag for it to drift right a little. So, run 32 psi in all but the front passenger tire. Run 30 psi in the front passenger tire.
Or, you can run a gas charged steering stabilizer in a relocated position that slightly pushes the tie rod to the right.
Or, you can adjust your cross caster with adjustable front lower control arms. Stock spec is cross caster with slightly more caster on the passenger side. You could run a slightly longer control arm on the driver side than the passenger side to get something like 0.1 or 0.2 degrees cross caster to the right.
Or, a combination of the above.
Start out with the tire pressure variation.
Those tires are ubber stiff and designed for lifted, 1 ton diesel trucks. They have a max weight rating of 4,080 lbs at 80 psi.
You will probably need to run them around 30-32 psi to get flat tread wear.