Finally after getting the truck home, we returned to the alignment shop to test the theory that every time you go off-road in a lifted IFS truck you need to realign it. We found the steering toe-in was off just slightly with the passenger-side toed in a few degrees and the driver side toed out. We had noticed the truck slightly pulling on our drive home, but nothing excessive. However, we are going to get spare Moog Steering components before our next trail run just to be on the safe side. Check back in 30 days to see what else we break, 'cause we're headed back to the dirt.