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Old 10-05-2013, 07:30 PM   #1
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Part # Check

Wanted to check before purchasing looking to get a SYE and a tom woods drive shaft part # for the drive shaft that I think I need is
Quadratec Part No: 52301.905
And the SYE is
Quadratec Part No: 52237.99
I have a 2004 TJ Dana 35 and a 5 speed tranny 3.25 lift thanks in advance

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Wanted to check before purchasing looking to get a SYE and a tom woods drive shaft part # for the drive shaft that I think I need is
Quadratec Part No: 52301.905
And the SYE is
Quadratec Part No: 52237.99
I have a 2004 TJ Dana 35 and a 5 speed tranny 3.25 lift thanks in advance
Best thing to do is measure your existing drive shaft. Tom Woods web page tells you how here: Tom Wood's Custom Drive Shafts - Tom Woods Custom Drive Shafts Custom Driveshafts Specialist then call them up and tell them what you currently have as far as tc drop or not, and what SYE you are using, and they will use your measurements, do whatever math needs doing, and make one for you....Mine fit perfect. I highly recommend the XB.

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Old 10-06-2013, 05:13 PM   #3
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So I know Tom Woods is the recommended DS but who make the best SYE and who would you recommend for the adj rear upper control arms
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So I know Tom Woods is the recommended DS but who make the best SYE and who would you recommend for the adj rear upper control arms
I have a Rubicon so I don't need an SYE but from what I've seen the JB Conversions super short is the way to go.
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I have a Rubicon so I don't need an SYE but from what I've seen the JB Conversions super short is the way to go.
^^^X2, that's what I used and am really happy with. As far as control arms, I went with Currie, but Metalcloaks are getting great reviews around here for many $'s less. Also, don't forget an angled track bar bracket to allow you to adjust your pinion angle without binding your track bar bushing.
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Old 10-08-2013, 08:37 PM   #6
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Just ordered my SYE and DS along with a set of currie rear adj control arms can't wait to install and get rid of my transfer case drop

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