When you install taller tires you also change the overall gear ratio. Did you take that into account ?
The drive shaft shop I go to has told me that non grease able U joints are stronger since they don't have the grease holes drilled in them. My 73 F100 that was almost overloaded would need the rear U joint replaced about once a year. We tried all the different u joints available, grease able. non-grease able, expensive German made, no matter what they all lasted the same amount of time.
No it will not cause a ground loop. But it needs to be a good ground for everything to work at it's full potential.
I have had the Bridgestone Dueler A/T on my two trucks for years and don't keep track of the miles I get out of them, but doubt I get more than 25,000 miles on my 2 wheel drive and even less on my 4 wheel drive. My wife thinks I drive crazy, but I like the tires and just purchased another set yesterday.
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