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Old 06-21-2009, 07:02 PM   #1
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1" trans lift

I did my 1" body lift and I plan on getting 1" engine mounts. I searched for a trans lift and came up with just factory replacements. Im also going with a 4" susp lift, but Im installing a SYE. Anyone make a 1" Trans lift or do I have to shim it myself? I dont want to install the transfercase adapter.

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Old 06-21-2009, 08:18 PM   #2
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I did my 1" body lift and I plan on getting 1" engine mounts. I searched for a trans lift and came up with just factory replacements. Im also going with a 4" susp lift, but Im installing a SYE. Anyone make a 1" Trans lift or do I have to shim it myself? I dont want to install the transfercase adapter.
You wont find a trans lift, not needed. Lifting the engine one inch puts the driveline at the angle thats needed so you dont need to lower your transfercase. You will need a sye though.

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I wasn't concerned with drive shaft angle, just keeping the trans and t/c the same place in relation to the tub.
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I wasn't concerned with drive shaft angle, just keeping the trans and t/c the same place in relation to the tub.
There's still not need to do any kind of tranny lift. a 1" motor mount lift will just allow the tcase to sit a bit lower creating a better dshaft angle. If you only did it so you wouldn't have to move the fan shroud then consider it all done.
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