Originally Posted by ryanb33
Thanks for the fast replys. The place I purchased the tires did the alignment and installed the shocks. I'm pretty sure he aligned the truck to factory specs. That might be an issue. I was thinking about taking to the Good Year dealer tomorrow to see if they can help. The tires had alot of good reviews and no one hasn't really had this issue so I don't believe it's the tires.
probably not your UCA's but I could be wrong.. 265's are small tires and 1.75" of lift isn't that much so you should have plenty of room left to align.
Try this: negative caster 3.2 degrees, -1 degree camber, toe slightly in. Should drive straight. Either that or maybe the wheels aren't balanced.
Every truck is different so hard to tell.
Did the shop do a laser alignment?