Originally Posted by Jp90Talon
Ok well I should be picking up my 05 Rubicon in the next few days and just wanted to make sure I understood this correctly.
I have searched on multiple forums and seen conflicting answers so I want to clarify. When lifting a Rubicon say around 3.5", do you have to worry about drive shaft angle? I have read in numerous threads that Rubicons came stock with a SYE. Now is this true? I just want to make sure I get this right the 1st time!
Thanks once again for the advice.
Unless it's a LJ . . . you'll pretty much need to do everything you would need to do on a standard TJ except for the SYE. As mentioned the Rubi doesn't have a Slip Yoke, but you'll still want to get a CV DS, UCAs to change the pinyon angle, CV trackbar bracket, etc to do it right at that hieght. The LJs can get away with a taller lift without some of the changes and avoid vibes due to the longer driveshaft.