Hey, I have came across a SYE rough country kit thats going for $125 and was wondering.... Do I have to have both a SYE and a CV drive shaft all at once? Or can I wait a bit to get the CV drive shaft.
Right now I have a 2inch BB with a 1.25inch BL and a 1inch MML. I eventually want to work my way up to a 4inch suspension lift. Just wondering if I can do it in stages.... im still in college and money is tight
Something has to adjust the driveshaft length to compensate for suspension moving up and down. If you remove your slip yoke... you need a driveshaft that will expand and contract. ( I'm sure there is a specific name for it but I don't know what it is )
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As was said, you could just leave the rear DS off. But ideally you do the SYE, new DS and the lift at the same time. The new DS is typically longer to compensate for the lift, so you at least have to do the lift and DS at the same time if you use the front wheel drive option.