post #31 of Old 02-21-2014, 02:59 PM
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A transfer case drop is the equivalent of a dual steering stabilizer.


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post #32 of Old 02-21-2014, 03:31 PM
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What do you guys think. I have 4.5 inch long arm lift with a Jks track bar and slight bump steer. I have an rc track bar drop bracket and drop pitman in my garage. Should I install them and weld the bracket in? Sorry for the slight hijack
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post #33 of Old 02-21-2014, 05:08 PM Thread Starter
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Just removed my TC drop after having it on there for the past 9 months and didn't notice any difference at all. (4" lift) Sent from AutoGuide.com App
Well u think I (lost) the original bolts for the TC, so I guess I'm going to the dealership to replace those if I remove it. I'm just not sure how 6.5 inch springs will affect the geometry of everything.
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post #34 of Old 02-21-2014, 07:31 PM
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A transfer case drop is the equivalent of a dual steering stabilizer.
like having a drop pitman with a adjustable Trackbar!

Better spray them IRO bolts with some Paint or they'll be corroded and rusty in no time. same thing if you bought the adjustable long arms

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The SRt-8's are a liberty design.
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Managed to get the brackets semi mounted today. I still have to drill the holes and install the front bolts and nut plates but I'm kinda fighting a hangover from lastnight and it's a little toasty here today.
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Managed to get the brackets semi mounted today. I still have to drill the holes and install the front bolts and nut plates but I'm kinda fighting a hangover from lastnight and it's a little toasty here today.
Transfercase Drop get rid of it now!

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Indeed I will. I'm going get the holes drilled for the nut plates and get everything on and drive it around and see about vibes then put it back to stock. I gotta get the stock bolts again from the dealer.
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Any second opinions on removing the TC drop. Just to easy my mind before I do it??
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post #39 of Old 02-23-2014, 05:41 PM
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Any second opinions on removing the TC drop. Just to easy my mind before I do it??
Do it already. Really. If you get driveline vibrations from the front or rear or a combination of the two, properly fix it by adjusting the respective pinion angles. What the hell is the point of lifting your 6" only to have the ground clearance at the midsection of your WJ of that of a 4" lift?

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Ok. A little update since I had a little time today to Putz around with the jeep. I finally removed the transfer case drop and put everything back to stock, like everyone has been telling me to. I also fished in the new bracket nut plates. Baby steps.

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Installed.

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Cleaned up and painted.

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And a shot of her last days on Rough Country on the fronts.
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How did removing the TC drop effect the ride?

I'm starting to think my parents didn't buy me enough tonka trucks as a kid.
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How did removing the TC drop effect the ride?
. Well now I think my vibes went from front to back. At least that what it feels like. Upon deceleration at about 45 to 35ish in the rear. I guess my next step is a slip yolk eliminator. Never ends. I love it.
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. Well now I think my vibes went from front to back. At least that what it feels like. Upon deceleration at about 45 to 35ish in the rear. I guess my next step is a slip yolk eliminator. Never ends. I love it.
Are you using stock drive shafts?

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Yes I am. I've been running them for about two years now lifted, with no problems.
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