02-11-2013, 06:30 PM
Join Date: Apr 2011
Location: Reno, NV
Lesser degree of driveline angles which is VERY helpful on TJ's with a TT. If you plan a TT in the future, I recommend the SS SYE.... I am going to swap my standard SYE and shaft for a JB SS SYE and TW shaft in about two months to combat binding at full droop.
-3.125" SHORTER THAN OTHER HD SYE KITS ON THE MARKET
-OVERALL LENGTH SHORTER THAN AN ATLAS II
-PROVEN 32 SPLINE OUTPUT SHAFT
-ALLOWS FOR MAXIMUM LENGTH IN THE REAR DRIVELINE
-ELECTRONIC SPEEDOMETER FEATURE FOR ACCURATE SPEEDOMETER ADJUSTMENT
-INCLUDES 1310 CV YOKE
An added benefit of the new electrical design is in the flexibility of speedometer calibration. Signal converters from Dakota Digital, Inc. and Superlift Suspensions can be easily connected into the Jeep wiring loom (only 3 wires) for easy adjustability.
** It is important to note that the signal converter is not necessary to have a functioning speedometer with our new kit. It is only necessary for adjustability necessitated by the changing of tires and/or ring and pinion gears.
~Todd~ 2004 X 4.0 5 speed---SOLD
4" Lift, 4.56's, 33" Duratracs on M/T Classics
RR SYE, Tatton CV, MML, BL, TT, Dynomax Exhaust
Hella Lighting: Driving, Fogs and H4 E-Codes
... and NEVER will be