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Unread 08-19-2013, 10:45 AM   #1
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Best options for loosing the TC drop?

Just put 33s on the TJ and the lift is from the PO. What is the best option for getting rid of the TC drop, as I call "what you're stuck on". I know I need some LCAs to center the axles back up, I am putting on a 1" body lift this week. if I do a 1" Motor mount lift as well, can I take off the TC drop? I know I have seen some of the belly up skids too. Or if I do a an SYE and Drive shaft, will that help? Not new to Jeeping, just this short wheel base , lol thanks



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read this:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/wh...nt-one-854790/

then this:
http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f9/so...y-tuck-942018/
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Either my eyes are going really bad, or that's a (poorly) photoshopped pic?
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Just put 33s on the TJ and the lift is from the PO. What is the best option for getting rid of the TC drop, as I call "what you're stuck on". I know I need some LCAs to center the axles back up, I am putting on a 1" body lift this week. if I do a 1" Motor mount lift as well, can I take off the TC drop? I know I have seen some of the belly up skids too. Or if I do a an SYE and Drive shaft, will that help? Not new to Jeeping, just this short wheel base , lol thanks

on 3" springs I tried to ditch my Tcase drop and just do a MML and I still had vibes. that was with a d35.

ended up bumping to 4" springs, d44 rear, and a SYE/DC driveshaft and it was good to go.
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Either my eyes are going really bad, or that's a (poorly) photoshopped pic?
at first I thought that... but I think the tires are right over the edge of the curb, and theres a goofy filter on it which makes it feel photoshopped...
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with an sye and (cv)double cardan drive shaft, you will be in the ball park. rear uppers will dial it in. mml can help, but usually is not mandatory.
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