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Old 01-10-2007, 12:01 PM   #1
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have an 06 x w/ 6spd man , 4.0L and 3.07s . I did a skyjacker bb ( spacers and new shocks). I'm hustlling right now wan't a d44 and front regear by summer. but I also wan't to go to 33's ( have 32 bfg at's now). I was looking at the ome 2in spring lift w/ new shocks relocator bracket etc. was gonna run that with a 1in. body lift . to clear the 33's but I also saw the rustys 3in kit w/ bl added . which do you recommend and should i do the lift then re gear and then the tires or d44 regear then lift and tires?

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i run rustys and am pleased. i believe 4jeepn was quite pleased with his also.

i really don't think it matters what order. just remember that the dana 44's driveshaft is shorter so when you put the lift on or when you put the axle in (depending on the order) you may have vibes. or you may have them just with the BB so you may need a sye and cv. other than that i don't think it matters what you do first. if you DO get an sye and cv you'll have to do the lift first. chances are pretty good that you could have vibes so i'd do- lift, then axle with cv and sye, and then tires.

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thanks ! whats the best place to look for slip yoke eliminator and the cv ?
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thanks ! whats the best place to look for slip yoke eliminator and the cv ?
try this link

http://www.4x4groupbuy.com/store/index.php

search "sye" in the bar on left and then click first top left picture in corner
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I got my vote on Bigjeeps link as well. Preatty much the best price i've seen on a sye+cv kit so far. As he said you have to lift it first. When upgrading to sye and cv you will need minimum of 2" suspension lift.
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