The BEST and most expensive way, which tyou probably don't want to hear, is an SYE kit for the t-case, CV driveline and at least adjustible upper rear control arms. That will bring the shifter back to where it belongs.
When I ran a t-case drop , I just removed the upper boot. There is still a boot underneath that which keeps you from being able to look down at the transmission. I pulled the plastic trim piece out of the upper boot and put it back in so it *almost* looks OEM. But I tell ya the JEep NEVER shifted so great.
I have heard of folks removing just the foam pad that in inside the upper boot and goes around the shifter, but don't have any real world experience to verify this.
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