it would seem to me that it will put undue stress on the cv joints being at that sharp of an angle all the time.
I made my own 2" lift and whith my rig loaded with the necessary riding supplies and equipment i figure it settles it down some , so far no issues.
I did have to turn my rear shocks but then again i did build the lift kit.
As long as those axels can stay under 33 degrees they will be fine. The only other strain on them is the torque and tires.
2009 Titanium LE, 10.5 Inch Stateline Lift, Gear Reduction Kit, 30x10.50x15 BFGs, 15" SS212, Gorilla Axels, Water Pump Impeller, Fuel Optimizer, SSV 10" Sub, MTX Thunder 600w and 900w, Autometer Gauges, Odyssey 1200, Alternator, VFJ Clutch, Snorkled, Maier Fender Flares, LED lighting/stobes, SxS Adjustable HIDs, J-Strong Top and Hunter Works Oil Stop Kit.