The correct kit would not have included the idler arm, pitman arm, or the incorrect tie rod ends to fit your truck.
Basically there are 3 versions of the front suspension. Coil spring RWD, torsion bar RWD and torsion bar 4X4. The lower control arms are different between those as are the uppers. Then there are also "problem solver" types that allow for more adjustment range. You need to know exactly what you have to be able to replace the parts.
As for feeling it in the wheel, that is usually front end. Easy test, swap the tires around. Front's to the back. If the shake moves to the seat the tires or rims are the issue. Are these factory rims? No spacers or other items like that?
Thursday, May 11th, 2017 AT 9:18 PM