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Old 03-13-2013, 11:51 PM   #1
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jerking while accelerating

installed a rc 3.25" lift the other day and new 33" tires on 98 tj manual. when i try to accelerate quickly (notchanging gears) the vehical jerks up or forward i cant tell. it feels like the souce is from behind me. is it a drive shaft problem? any ideas?

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Ok I read that title and I did a double take and went to the darkside...

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Old 03-14-2013, 12:04 AM   #4
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Did you put on a transfer case drop kit or SYE with the lift? What shocks did you put on?
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Ok I read that title and I did a double take and went to the darkside...
Yeah, I clicked on this thread with the intention of making a crude comment. Glad to know my mind is not the only one in the gutter.
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Yes I dropped the transfer case and I got the 2.2 shocks that came with the kit. Sorry for the title didn't think that one through.
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The title of this thread made me LOL. I have nothing to contribute to this other than that immature comment.
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As a test, you could jack the rear of the jeep off the ground so the rear wheels are in the air, making sure to chock the front tires well and do it on flat ground. Then start the jeep and watch the rear driveshaft and tires as someone accelerates. See if anything seems abnormal.
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My first thought was that you really enjoy your Jeep experience.
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Hey make sure the doors are on when you're doing that.

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