post #1 of Old 10-04-2010, 05:57 PM Thread Starter
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A hack 'n tap style slip yoke eliminator from Iron Rock Off Road. This kit uses a yoke, rather than a flange, differentiating it from the Rubicon Express hack 'n tap.

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99 XJ 3.5" RE w/ BDS shocks, cragar soft 8s w/ 31" Pro Comp xtreme A/Ts.
My build thread: http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f22/yet-unnamed-cherokee-build-thread-1035944/
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post #2 of Old 10-04-2010, 06:53 PM Thread Starter
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I bought the IROR HNT SYE that included the fixed yoke, refurbished DS, and the drill bits and tap. The kit also came with the 4 bolts required to remove the TC drop, which was a nice surprise. The quality of the refurbished shaft seems to be excellent, especially since it only costs $80. The DS had all new greasable Spicer U-joints.

The installation instructions were good, but I called IROR a couple different times to ask questions. Their customer service was great and their tech people seemed very experienced and answered all of my questions easily and clearly.

The kit was easy to install (pretty similar to any other HNT) and I did it by myself in an un-level rocky driveway in about 3.5 hours.

I chose this kit for the ease of installation (I don't have the tools or confidence to open my TC), good price, and largely because it uses a yoke rather than a flange.
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post #3 of Old 10-07-2010, 10:09 AM
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Got this kit when I jumped up to 5.5" of lift. Does exactly what it is meant to do. The refurbed DS is strong enough for anything just as IRO states. Landed on it just last weekend and it held up perfectly, minus the new candycane stripes I have on it now.

2000 Yellow XJ | 3.5" RE Springs and full leaf packs| 2" spacers and shackles | Rough Country Long arm upgrade | 31"x10.5"R15 Firestone Destination MTs on 15"x7" black mystery rims | JCR Stage 4 Front bumber | Rough Country T-Case skid, factory Gas skid, C4x4 Square Rockers| IRO SYE kit and driveshaft| Uniden 510XL Pro CB with Firestik 48" Firefly antenna | Thule MOAB Roof Rack | Hella 500FF Driving Lights | Tuff Stuff 12,500lb winch on a mobile mount | IRO OTK Steering | D30 Spartan Locker | 4.7L Stroker
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post #4 of Old 11-25-2010, 05:44 PM
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i drive a tj... but just installed this on a buddys xj with a dana 44 and rc 6in long arm

works great. Its cheap ,strong AND... highly reccomended!!!!

SAVVY,CURRIE,GOODYEAR

Nuff said...
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post #5 of Old 06-27-2011, 08:48 PM
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This with a combination of axle shims solved my problems. Great product and well refurbished drive shaft. IRO made the HNT easy.
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