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Old 03-23-2012, 07:23 PM   #1
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4 in lift, do i need a slip yoke elim

Ok I have a 99 sport 4 L with a 4 inch suspension lift. Do I need a slip yoke eliminator? Or will I be good without one

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Do you have tc drop on your Jeep? I recommend that you should run sye and cv ds for best possible ride comfort. Always do it right the first time.

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Do you have tc drop on your Jeep? I recommend that you should run sye and cv ds for best possible ride comfort. Always do it right the first time.

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The question is why wouldn't you want a SYE and CV shaft? Lowering your T-case skid and giving up an inch or more of ground clearance seems like a poor plan.
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Do one as soon as you can. It'll save you a lot of time and cash latter on down the road.
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Roger that. I'm still new at this. Lift was already on it when I bought her. Any help on what to purchase?
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JB Conversions SYE and have a drive shaft built. Both of those don't matter if you can't adjust the pinion angle correctly so you'll need adjustable arms in the rear. Good ones.
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I got the advance adapters sye with Tom woods drive shaft combo for 420 shipped! I'm really happy with it, I highly recommend. It got rid of all driveline vibes, and I don't have adjustables, but my lowers aren't stock.
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Roger that. I'm still new at this. Lift was already on it when I bought her. Any help on what to purchase?
You will need to purchase SYE kit, rear upper control arms, and cv drive shaft. Below is what I have on mine;

Advance Adapter sye
Tom Woods cv drive shaft
Savvy Offroad aluminum rear upper control arms with Johny Joint

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You will need to purchase SYE kite, rear upper control arms, and cv drive shaft. Below is what I have on mine;

Advance Adapter sye
Tom Woods cv drive shaft
Savvy Offroad aluminum rear upper control arms with Johny Joint

Good luck on your project.
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