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Old 07-31-2008, 08:23 AM   #1
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skid plate

just a quick question.

when i put on my lift, i dropped the transfer case with the new bolts and spacers that came with the kit, but this summer, i'm goin sye and cv, so i can get rid of those spacers. so here's the question:

1.) did the transfer plate have stock spacers that weren't as big, or did it just mount flush to the axle? flush right?

2.) do you know where i can get new bolts the stock length because ours were all rusted up when we put on the drop kit, so we tossed them i think, but the ones that come with the kit are way too long.

oh and while i'm asking questions

3.) do you know where i can get the two bolts that are on the bottom of the rear cross member that goes through the crossmember and the frame on the corners? i think there's only 2 (one on each side), but my jeep didnt have them when i bought it. do you know what bolts i'm talking about?

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Old 07-31-2008, 05:30 PM   #2
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the t case skid plate bolts flush to the frame in stock form. you can keep the drop on it with the sye. i actually like to because it reduces how much you have to change the pinion angle on the rear axle. the more you change that angle, the less the pinion bearings get oil.

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anybody got anymore info?
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jeep dealership or 4wd.com for the bolts
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so i called the dealer, and they said they didn't have the bolts i needed, so i'm just going to run to the bolt store, and see if i can't find a pair that fit...

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