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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:05 PM   #1
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Best slip-yoke eliminator kit

I need to install a sye kit on my yj, driveline is terrible with vibrations and I'd like the extra clearance with my skid plate and so on...

What's the best kit for the money? Should I go with a extreme short shaft kit or just a regular one? Jeep sits on 33s and I would like to put. 35s on it eventually.

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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:06 PM   #2
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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:10 PM   #3
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for the lift needed to go 35s I would definitely go with the shorty
between the 2 (that I'm aware of) shortys out there, I'd recommend JB Conversions. it just seems to be engineered better.

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[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="Blue"]Sean B. - Schenectady, NY - 95 YJ, 350/700r4/NP241, JB Shorty SYE, 8.8 rear, 2" BDS, 1" homebrew shackles, Daystar 1" BL, TJ flares, 35x12.50 General Grabber AT2 on 15x10 Bart D-Truckers, Polyshield polycarbonate windshield, HD over/under crossover steering
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I suppose 'best' could be a matter of opinion. I've had an HD AA for years. Just make sure you get an "HD" SYE. Which would be a set up with the 32 spline output... not the standard size output.


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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:11 PM   #5
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[FONT="Comic Sans MS"][COLOR="Blue"]Sean B. - Schenectady, NY - 95 YJ, 350/700r4/NP241, JB Shorty SYE, 8.8 rear, 2" BDS, 1" homebrew shackles, Daystar 1" BL, TJ flares, 35x12.50 General Grabber AT2 on 15x10 Bart D-Truckers, Polyshield polycarbonate windshield, HD over/under crossover steering
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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:22 PM   #6
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Sorry, I have the app on my phone. Don't really know how to set up my signature and put my specs. Jeep has an 8.8 rear with a transfer case drop with the spacers on the skid plate etc.

So putting 35s will affect my drive line length ? I looked around and saw rugged ridge kits for sale for 200 bucks, that's just for a standard one.

I have a 4inch fab tech 33s

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Unread 09-11-2013, 10:26 PM   #7
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Nobody has any idea how much lift you're running. Therefore no idea as to what recommendation to make.

They start at $160 for a proper tail shaft conversion kit.
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