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Unread 09-09-2004, 01:15 PM   #1
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XJ front CV driveshaft in rear after SYE

I understand that I need a front CV driveshaft from a '87-'90 XJ 4.0L(non-HO). Does anyone know if it has to be manual or standard?

'98 TJ Sport 4.0L
RE 3.5" Long Arm w/ 1"BL; 35" KM2's; 8.8; HP30; 4.88's; Dual ARB's; Warn HS9500i; OME Shocks; CO2; Fully Armored; ORO U-Turn Steering; LoD Rear Bumper/Tire Carrier; Durango Steering Box; Heated Seats
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Unread 09-09-2004, 01:33 PM   #2
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You can even use a tj front. They both will need to be shortend.
2007, 4 door, powered by a minivan engine, locked and riding on 35's.

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