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Unread 02-04-2011, 11:30 PM   #196
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tell them dont hate on a clean white XJ, when you see the cop who gave you the ticket ask him if he drives a ford?? if yes laugh at him. if no still laugh at him

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Unread 02-05-2011, 05:57 AM   #197
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tell them dont hate on a clean white XJ, when you see the cop who gave you the ticket ask him if he drives a ford?? if yes laugh at him. if no still laugh at him
Well this ticket i was in my lowered jetta. We all know the law works like this Lowered car+exhaust+young male= ticket guilty or not.

My speeding ticket for the jeep is in July and that was from the blue cherokee and i was speeding in that one. Turns out my last cherokee with no gas could roll 50mph down a hill.
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Unread 02-06-2011, 05:27 PM   #198
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well i rebuilt the drive shaft i will be using for my SYE and i ordered u bolt and degree shims from IRO.
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Unread 02-07-2011, 10:27 AM   #199
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well then i guess i couldnt be a good lawyer to you
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Unread 02-07-2011, 11:31 AM   #200
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john explain to me how the iro SYE works. it comes with a FR driveshaft to put in the year? and it is 200$, while a real SYE kit is 250$. so whats the difference for 50$
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Unread 02-07-2011, 06:21 PM   #201
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john explain to me how the iro SYE works. it comes with a FR driveshaft to put in the year? and it is 200$, while a real SYE kit is 250$. so whats the difference for 50$
The IRO is a H&T and for 199 you get a front drive shaft but you can get just the yoke for 119.00 and that what i did since i had the front shaft out of my blue xj.

A real SYE does no come with a drive shaft.

For you cause i know you like to save money i would just get the yoke, You may be able to get one cheaper else where and grab a shaft from the junk yard since that one by you has good prices.

It cost me 60 for 3 u joints and the cv ball rebuild.
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Unread 02-07-2011, 06:59 PM   #202
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Thats a nice looking shaft. (Thats what she said)


Sucks you got pulled over, although that is kinda the stereotype especially around here. Every college kid with a WRX or lowered car has a loud exhaust and drives like an *******. I just drive like an *******.
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Unread 02-07-2011, 07:57 PM   #203
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The IRO is a H&T and for 199 you get a front drive shaft but you can get just the yoke for 119.00 and that what i did since i had the front shaft out of my blue xj.

A real SYE does no come with a drive shaft.

For you cause i know you like to save money i would just get the yoke, You may be able to get one cheaper else where and grab a shaft from the junk yard since that one by you has good prices.

It cost me 60 for 3 u joints and the cv ball rebuild.
i guess im still confused.
do you need a new driveshaft if you buy a SYE?
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Unread 02-07-2011, 08:08 PM   #204
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i guess im still confused.
do you need a new driveshaft if you buy a SYE?
Yes. In the stock drive train the rear drive shaft slides back and forth on the output splines of the transfer case when lifted this prevents you from getting good drive line angles. When you install a SYE your doing away with that sliding on the splines, If you used a solid shaft you would rip the u joint straps right off the axle. So with the SYE you need to use a drive shaft with an internal slip joint and lucky for us XJ lovers our front drive shaft is perfect for that.
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Unread 02-08-2011, 05:57 PM   #205
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Well court went well only got a fine no points woot woot. After i went to the junk yard and got some goods.

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Yes. In the stock drive train the rear drive shaft slides back and forth on the output splines of the transfer case when lifted this prevents you from getting good drive line angles. When you install a SYE your doing away with that sliding on the splines, If you used a solid shaft you would rip the u joint straps right off the axle. So with the SYE you need to use a drive shaft with an internal slip joint and lucky for us XJ lovers our front drive shaft is perfect for that.

ok thats what i though, so isnt the front driveshaft weaker? nd the one that iro sends you, is ti rebuilt? or just straight used.
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Unread 02-08-2011, 07:18 PM   #207
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ok thats what i though, so isnt the front driveshaft weaker? nd the one that iro sends you, is ti rebuilt? or just straight used.
I have never heard of anyone breaking a stock shaft so that is something i am not concerned with. On the IRO shaft i have no clue as i already had a drive shaft from my blue cherokee i scrapped, But IRO says that they are refurbished.
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do you have an aftermarket steering stabilizer?
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Unread 02-08-2011, 09:42 PM   #209
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do you have an aftermarket steering stabilizer?
No but i really would like to get one on extremely bumpy roads my wheel shakes a lot
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Unread 02-08-2011, 10:02 PM   #210
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then i would say OME! or then agian RC is having a sale on them now
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