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Old 02-17-2012, 09:28 PM   #1
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Is this what I would need fro a 98 TJ 4.0l manual? Also do I need a different t/c mount?It doesent mention it.
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Is this what I would need fro a 98 TJ 4.0l manual? Also do I need a different t/c mount?It doesent mention it.
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You won't need a Tranny mount but you will need a BL, MML, SYE and CV driveshaft. A UCF of Rokmen skid is better money spent IMO. UCF is a WF vendor and gives good discounts to members.

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You won't need a Tranny mount but you will need a BL, MML, SYE and CV driveshaft. A UCF of Rokmen skid is better money spent IMO. UCF is a WF vendor and gives good discounts to members.
I already have a BL & MML.Dont have the SYE & d/shaft.Are the SYE & D/S def needed?
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I already have a BL & MML.Dont have the SYE & d/shaft.Are the SYE & D/S def needed?
Yes along with adj. Rear upper control arms to set the pinion angle.
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Anyone else have any input on this pan? Seems like a good deal but we all know how that goes.
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Anyone else have any input on this pan? Seems like a good deal but we all know how that goes.
I run a Undercover Fabworks skid plate, with the forum discount it helped, excellent quality.
I almost got this skid plate, but I didn't like the RC writing on the side. I know one member on another forum running it and he has no issues with it mounting and really likes it. Looking at the notes on that website, it says a SYE is required to run it. I am going to say because it tucks everything up a bit more, the stock drive line must rub on it.

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