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Unread 08-05-2009, 03:26 PM   #1
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T-case + suspension tech

i have a few outlying questions i cant seem to find a serious answer for, help is seriously appriciated. i have a 96 zj 5.2 with a 4 inch lift. currently running no front driveshaft due to bad joints, will this cause any damage to my tcase or gears? and secondly, just replaced all tie rods and bars in front end. looking for some measurements as to how long the bar is supposed to be that has the two tierods that connects to the drag link and connects to the axle near the wheels, havin serious death wobble at 35+. 4 inch lift with 30's.

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Unread 08-05-2009, 05:35 PM   #2
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need to know what TC you have for the driveshaft question. If you have quadra trac then yes you have fried the viscous coupler in the TC, if you have the command trac then it is fine.
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