Hello guys, I am a fairly new owner of a 1994 suzuki carry. This is my first post but I have done alot of reading up here, even before i purchased my truck. I purchased a suzuki carry from a guy off facebook. It seemed to be in fairly good shape and had plenty of accessories to seal the deal. The guy had installed a 3" lift but also lowered the diff. After seeing how it handled on rock roads and reading on this forum i decided it was best to remove the lift if I was going to beat on the truck like I wanted to. He kept all the original bolts and It wasn't hard to remove and return the diff back to its stock position. Now heres my problem. When on pavement and pushed in reverse the truck still wants to raise of and the tires begin to toe and start to slide... With the weight of two people and the power of the motor it is even worse and is eventually going to snap something.. Ive doubled checked to make sure I have everything back in the stock location. All U-joint seem to be in good condition, Wheel bearings are tight, Steering is fairly tight, when jacked up and all the weight off the wheels the free spin easily with no noise. The short side does have one CV boot thats broke but for now the CV still seems to function properly. I have searched for articles and found many with this problem with the lift installed but I can not find anyone who has it without the lift. What is bent or wore out to cause this problem?