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when it comes to your driveline its kind of important to do it right. lets look at this in two parts.cbowles said:well I was looking at buying this SYE, along with this CV drive shaft. My overall plan was to put a 4.5" Rubicon Express lift with Warrior 1.5" lift shackles. I thought I might ask and see if it would be cheaper to get it lengthened, but I guess it would be better to go with a SYE and a CV DS....
If your Wrangler has the factory transfer case, it's an NP231.I need some advice on purchasing a slip yoke eliminator for my 01 tj sport I-6 with d44 rear. Ive recently bent the output shaft on the transfer case and I have been having trouble identifying what model of transfer case i have. I was going to put a slip yoke eliminator on to not only fix my problem but prevent it from happening again.
I bought the Advance Adapters one for a little less than $200.Ive only found 2: Omix-Ada, Advance Adapters
From Stu-Offroad: TJ SYE InstallationAlso what all is involved in installing the slip yoke eliminator? What drive shafts work best with which sye? And roughly how much am i looking at spending in parts?
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