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Unread 09-17-2011, 11:02 PM   #1
SteeSin
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6.5'' Lift, is slip yoke elim/rear ext driveshaft necessary???? Help!

i need help. I have a '98 Cherokee Classic. I want to lift it 6.5'' on 35's. I want to get it from Rough Country and they recomend buying the yoke eliminator and rear ext driveshaft. I want to know is it necessary to buy the slip yoke eliminator and rear ext driveshaft? Also keep in mind that i will not be offroading at all. My Jeep would only be used daily on the street(just lifting for looks) Can someone please help me out and let me know if it is necessary to get the slip yoke and rear driveshaft for a 6.5'' lift that will ONLY be street driven. Thanks

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Unread 09-17-2011, 11:10 PM   #2
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It sounds like you are thinking people do a SYE for offroad purposes, but to clear it up: a SYE will eliminate vibs that you get usually at speeds excess of 30 mph, so even if you jeep is only street driven it will need it. Its not like one of those "i dont go offroad so i dont need mud terrain tires" types of things.
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