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Unread 12-27-2012, 10:03 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Truitt View Post
It's funny you said that. I actually traded my R6 for the xj.
Too funny ... I got my jeep for a trade too ..... It was a good choice ...love the jeep ... I go doorless and its fun .... And I'm still alive (I get a little crazy on the bike ).

Hooya xj

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Unread 12-28-2012, 12:18 AM   #17
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Originally Posted by Truitt View Post
You are correct. I think it is about a 3 inch lift. There's no t case drop. The previous owner cut out the fender wells and installed flares so its really hard for me to tell. The angle of the driveline doesn't look to bad to me. I guess me best bet is to get it inside this weekend and just spend some time crawling around under it. I don't really care much for crawling around in the snow if I don't have to.
Sorry, there's another way to measure but I don't remember the specs or the technique. I THINK it's from the top of the axle housing to the "frame rail" but if that's right, I don't know the distance.

As for the drive line angles, the pinion should be pointing up at the same angle that the t-case is pointing down. BUT, if the drive shaft itself is more than 6*?, 10*? greater than either end, it can cause vibrations.
Read here for accurate info http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/CheapTri...FixingProblems
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