How do you guys with lifted ZJs that you wheel, hang your exhaust? From the factory I know they hang really low and would get torn off the second you hit a trail. I just re-did the exhaust on my new jeep and it's rubbing on the rear driveshaft when I make a right hand turn. Had this same problem when I did it on my old jeep too.
On the old jeep I was able to hang it from the rear sway bar and pull it away from the driveshaft, but that doesn't look like it'll work on the new one. I ended up hanging it from the little plate that hangs down from the floor. But I need to pull it further to the passenger's side. Also on either jeep I've never been able to get the tail pipe to sit straight...
The "Mall Crawler" - 1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee 5.2 V8, D44a rear axle, NP242 ESY transfer case swap, 4.5" Rough Country lift, Up-Country skids, 31x10.5x15 Destination M/T, future mods planned.