Wondering if I'm the only one with this problem. I have the 4 by shift bracket and that can be adjusted.
But, is everybody driving around without their shift boot? Easiest thing to do is move the console back 2", I think.
2003 X, 5 speed, FT/RR bumpers by Eddie Reighard. JKS 1" body lift, JKS disco's, 2 1/2" Rough Country lift, 8k Warn, w/class 3 receiver FT & RR hitch. GA 8 rims riding 33's- GY Kevlar.
SOLD- 1985 CJ7 soft top , fiberglass body, 5" total lift258-6- Howell TBI, Full Roll cage.
I installed my 2.5" with 1.25" BL over the weekend and had a small issue with the x-fer case relocation bracket. Since I have an LJ I didn't need to install the TC drop, however, after the BL install I had difficulty engaging 4-Lo. The directions specifically say NOT to install the TC relocation bracket unless you've also installed the TC drop. I was able to adjust the linkage just enough to get it to stay in 4-LO, but it is still more difficult to engage than I would like.
I should mention, I tried installing the TC lowering bracket to see if it would cure the problem but was unable to get everything aligned with the bracket. It was late and I had put ~8 hours in already so I gave up and just went back to the stock configuration with the aforementioned linkage adjustment.
__________________ Prior to the lift, a TJ has the aerodynamics of a brick. After the lift it has the aerodynamics of a brick 2.5 inches higher.