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Unread 02-12-2014, 10:02 PM   #1
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Which driveline to use with Advance Adapters SYE and 4.5" lift?

Hello! I am putting a 4.5" Rough Country lift, 35" BFG All terrains, and an advance adpaters SYE kit on my '96 XJ. The one thing I had a question about is if I should use a front XJ driveline for the rear or if there was any other, better, but cost efficient driveline to use. I am only looking to keep this rig on the road and and don't plan on flexing it really at all. I was also curious how likely it will be that I will need longer/custom brake lines. Thanks in advance for the advice!

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Advance adpaters , driveline , lift , rough country , sye

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