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Old 09-14-2011, 07:53 PM   #1
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pinion angle for a stock driveshaft?

like the title says: what is the rear pinion's ideal angle? running the stock slip yoke style driveshaft. i have adjustable CA's all around. dont have the money for an sye yet...

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If you have a TJ that is lifted and you don't have a SYE your pinion must be parallel to the driveshaft.

You must have adjustable uppers to adj your pinion angle.

Most people drop the t-case to eliminate driveline vibes. This is a bad idea IMO.

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If you have a TJ that is lifted and you don't have a SYE your pinion must be parallel to the driveshaft.

You must have adjustable uppers to adj your pinion angle.

Most people drop the t-case to eliminate driveline vibes. This is a bad idea IMO.
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