Well, after everyone's advice and sweet talking my wife, I recieved and installed my SYE with the case still in. Not a horrible job to do. Waiting for my cv driveshaft to come and trying to get ahead of the game. Is there any way to determine which shims I need, prior to getting my new shaft? By my way of thinking, if I measure my pinion flange (8.8) angle, than run a straight edge from the center of the axle housing to the transfer case output shaft, measure that angle than subtract the two, shouldn't that be my shim degree? Now, please point out the flaws in my plan. As always, thanks for the advice.
94 Wrangler SE, 4.0, Auto, SYE, Hard top, 31X10.5X15, 3" Skyjacker, 8.8 w/ disc brakes. 06 Grand Cherokee stock.