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if the car is all wheel drive you will have to engage center diff lock
if ordinary 4 wheel drive there will be no problem because if you have it in 2 wheel drive high it is the same thing as having no front drive shaft installed
If it were me I would take out the drive shaft and check the play in the universal joints (I know you said they were replaced). Unlike ball joints they should exhibit good freedom of movement and flop from one position to the next as the shaft is rotated in the hand. Check that the bearing cup retaining clips are present on all sides. If there is any tightness in a bearing it is possible that either one of the cups has been pressed (hammered?) in too far or that a needle bearing was dropped from the outer race into the cup during assembly. Also check that the cup holders (arms) are not bent, sometimes if care is not taken to support the back of the 'arms' when installing the bearing cups the 'arms' will bend.
its pointing upward b/c thats what the pinon angle is set for that way there is no vibration when driving it. they sell pinion shims to place b/w the leaf spring and the axle to turn it more up or down
You have to buy unversal joints for it get Heavy duty so it won't happen again. Its better to take the drive shaft off the truck you will more than likely beat them out make sure you pull the holding clips off the caps so they can come out. You can press the other ones in using a bench vise if not you will have to tap them in.