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Unread 08-12-2013, 04:54 PM   #16
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Are they difficult to install ?
If you know how to read, and have a good set of external snap-lock ring pliers (there are a lot of similar pliers out there, look carefully at the pictures in the instructions and buy a good set for the intended purpose) you will be just fine installing a SYE yourself, in one afternoon.

I'd also recommend a stubby 9/16" ratcheting wrench for reaching some of the tighter clearance bolts to remove the TC from your Jeep.

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Unread 08-12-2013, 06:33 PM   #17
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If you know how to read, and have a good set of external snap-lock ring pliers (there are a lot of similar pliers out there, look carefully at the pictures in the instructions and buy a good set for the intended purpose) you will be just fine installing a SYE yourself, in one afternoon.

I'd also recommend a stubby 9/16" ratcheting wrench for reaching some of the tighter clearance bolts to remove the TC from your Jeep.
I concur and will take 10-1 odds you bent the output shaft. So make sure you get a good SYE that includes a shaft, do not be tempted by the cheaper hack and taps. On the plus side you can probably ditch the t-case drop and gain some clearance now. You will need upper adjustable control arms to dial the pinion angle.
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Unread 08-17-2013, 01:06 AM   #18
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Well thanks guys for all the info, always much appreciated. I ended up buying a procomp cv driveline and a sye kit with a short shaft. I payed 730 for both and 400 for labor. No vibration so it's running like a champ but for sure has been the most expensive wheeling trip I have ever had.
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