Time to go to icons delta joint for more down travel by the looks of it. Or something with more flex to accommodate your icons extended length better.Pic #1- Pro tip- don't bother trying to hang brake calipers, just lay them on a jack stand and slide them out of the way. Alot easier than wrestling with some nonsense and trying to figure a way to hang them.
For reference truck has 156k on it.
pic 2- what both wheel bearings look like on the CV side after 156k
Pic 3- inside the knuckle....dissimilar metals and corrosive environments take their toll
pic 4- cleaned up and looks like a ****** gnawed it
pic 5 - upper BJ in my ready lift arms. They're still in perfect shape after 50-60k miles. Only noticeable wear is the little indent in the socket hosing where it hits at full droop. Cleaned the old grease out, new boot on it and I'm gonna run it.
To be continued.....