wow, that rig is setup terribly.
I'd suggest starting over...seriously. You've got a typical cheapo lift sold to suckers.
What you need to make it work:
1. remove the drop pitman arm
2. new control arms - yours are fixed length with poly bushings at both ends. these are absolute crap and known to rip control arm mounts off the axle. these are likely your popping issue too.
3. you have no bumpstop extensions. you need to determine the bumpstop extension length required to prevent damaging your shocks and shock mounts. this is determined by the compressed shock lengths front and rear.
4. your brake lines are stock - way too short for the lift & longer shocks. you need new extended front brake lines.
5. stock tie-rod - needs upgraded to turn larger tires. get a V8 ZJ tie-rod or the Currie setup.
6. stock track bar is inadequete for that lift height. you need an aftermarket track bar. i'd suggest the Currie TJS or TJJ models since they both require the least amount of bumpstop extensions - 2". this gives you the best chance of maintaining uptravel after determining the bumpstop extension you need for the front shocks. problem is whoever installed the lift redrilled the track bar hole and didn't reinforce it. you'll need to weld some place over the axle side bracket to reinforce it, and install the new track bar.
7. there is a transfer case drop, which isn't ideal at all. you need a CV shaft.
8. adjustable control arms on the lower & upper rear and lower front will allow you to adjust caster and pinion angle for the CV shaft. based on the lift height and fixed lower control arms you have now, i suspect the caster & aligment isn't great.
You need to figure all of the above out before thinking about 35" tires.
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