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Old 09-10-2008, 08:47 PM   #1
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Pinion Angle

So In our never ending attempt to make our wrangler just a little better we are looking at a SYE kit. hoping to get rid of our vibes and Tcase lowering kit are the main reasons. i notice they recommend you adjust the rear pinion angle. what is the best way to do this?

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most lift kits come with wedge shape blocks that go between the springs and pertch that will correcty change the pinion angle for you.
hope that helps Raymond

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is that all? I used the wedges the came with the rubicon express lift. So i should be good then?
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I am very far from an expert, but from what I know that should be fine. I am not familliar with the sye requirements though.

I know that it goes against all reading material, but I lifted my 87 yj 7"of suspension and 3" body. I am still running stock driveshaft. I was worried about it at first but it has given me no problems. I don't climb or severely off road mine though either.
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