thats interesting. the front driveshaft will definitely be at some sort of an angle because the drop bracket drops the front diff down. so the driveshaft is being lowered in the input part of the front diff and staying stock at the output part of the gear box or whatever. I have never heard of people having their driveshaft bind. My suggestion is maybe posting a new thread with all your issues so far. people might have suggestions, most don't check this old thread. If you can get a hold of Greg, he would probably have the ins and outs of the lift kit itself and the wiring issue.I dropped it at a shop to make right as I'm away at work for a few weeks and need the truck done, and they said everything was done right, but it needed a shim kit for the rear blocks to maintain rear driveshaft angle, they ground the stops down and said the steering is good, but the front driveshaft has about a 20 degree angle to it and is binding. They said I should opt for an aftermarket setup that would fix it. Anyone else run into this issue? It was definitely vibrating like all hell. They also spliced the wires to the rear speed sensors and got the 4x4, abs, vdc and traction control working again, as the wires were too short to accommodate the lift.