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Old 03-09-2009, 10:00 PM   #1
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A couple questions for upgrading my 2006 Wrangler 65th Edition.

First off I want to get a new Intake put in that has a snorkel. What is a good Decent priced one.

Second of all I want to replace the rear driveline to get rid of the Transfer case Drop. I have a 4" tuff country Ez-Ride Lift kit. Does anyone know of a good replacement drive line for this. BTW I have a Dana 44 Rear Axel.


Last but not least. What are good car alarms for Jeeps that work well when you have the top off (with motion sensor of Proximity alarm)

Thank you in Advance.

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get viper system with remote start and prox sensor.. there pain to install cuz u dont have power locks but its been done.. im actually doing mine next month

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I don't think the remote start would work either I have a 6 spd. Manual trans.
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Old 03-10-2009, 06:33 AM   #4
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Why a snorkle.... your better off performance wise with a aftermarktet one like AEM or AirRaid, etc... the only benefit from a snorkle would be if your planning on being in deep water or mud holes.

As for driveline, you'll need to do an SYE for the T-Case and the a Rear CV shaft and would highly recommend Coast Driveline or Tom Woods.

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Old 03-10-2009, 09:20 AM   #5
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The snorkel will be primarily for looks. I love the look of them so I figure why not add one.
Also if I do manage to go into deep water I wanna know I am ok in doing so.
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