Lets be honest; if you own a jeep it'll never be done, what i meant was my lift is finally done, and i slapped on the 33's. Installed the lift in about 6 hours and thats with having to drill out a bolt in the rear that holds the bumpstop retainer cup to the coil frame mount, cutting off a shock in the front, and having to use a chain and binder to get the front axle far enough forward to line my lower control arms back up. The steering wheel cocked 90 degress but was straightened out when i did the alignment to it (see pic below). With that being said, i have no death wobble, and no drive line vibrations with the 3 inch suspsension lift installed.
Its funny you ask, I was just talking about this. I bought this jeep with lift already installed,Imo its to much, I know it has 2" body and prob 4"lift , but it rides great and i like the way it looks, so i guess thats all that matters. I think yours looks great also.
town fair tire did it, i got a buddy that took care of it for me, i wouldnt trust just any monkey with my adjustments though, if you don't know someone that works there i would take it to someone that has more experiece with 4x4's and lifts