2003 jeep wrangler rubicon 4.0 6cyl 5 speed Dana 44 axels front and rear. 4.10 gears 33" tires on 16" rubicon rims 1.5" wheel spacers. 4" fabtech lift. With the 4" fabtech lift or 4" lift in general on a rubicon how much should I drop the transfer case? Thanks
Rubicon a don't need sye. Also things I've been looking into is body lifts motor lifts. I eventually plant to get a rear drive shaft. Don't want to buy control arms cuz I plan to change my lift year or two down the road.
Rubicons have a fixed flange output and came stock with a single cardan drive shaft.
OP, you can just use a few washers on each of the skid plate bolts to drop the t-case. Experiment with a 1/4" drop and see if it stops your vibrations. However, the best bet is to just buy a CV shaft. Tom Woods has a new 1310 series CV for $299 shipped.