02 TJ Sport
About 5 months ago I installed a Rough Country 2.5" suspension lift on my TJ. I also put a .75" coil spacer in the front to accommodate for my bumper/winch in the front. I also lowered the Transfer Case skid plate about .75" with some grade 8 washers to fix the drive line vibration although it was not severe. I decided that this upcoming summer I want to put a 1.25" body lift on it along as a 1" mml, but I have a few questions/concerns before I go ahead and do this.
First, when I install the body lift by itself at first (without the 1" mml) will it worsen the driveline vibrations if I were to drive it without the 1" mml or does this only happen when you do a suspension lift? (I plan to do the 1" mml regardless, I am just curious if driveline vibrations only occur from suspension lifts)
Second, with the 1" mml installed (keep in mind with the 1.25" BL and 2.5" Suspension Lift), will it correct the driveline issue from the 2.5" suspension lift, allowing me to remove the washers I used as a skid drop, or will I have to add even more washers to accommodate for vibrations?
Lastly, I do realize that a SYE is the best solution to fixing a driveline issue, but this TJ is my daily driver/weekend warrior you could say and funds are tight. I am just looking for a way to get a little more lift/clearance without having to do a SYE.