|02-07-2013 07:09 AM|
|Wattapunk||An SYE would be way overkill and unnecessary for a 2.5" SL and 31" tires. Heck, a 2.5" SL would be overkill for 31" tires. Nevertheless, install the lift first and see if you get any vibes. I would go the MML or transfer case drop route if needed. Add a 1.25" BL later for 33" tires. You don't need the SYE.|
|02-07-2013 02:31 AM|
I'm running a 2.5"Sl, but didn't even try it with out the TC drop.
I read to many horror stories about bust transfer cases from to much drive shaft angle, that I didn't want to risk it.
Mine is mainly off road, so it's flexing lots.
I will be doing a motor mount lift shortly so I can remove my mml.
Sye later on... Much later on...
(I know... If you go looking for horror stories, you find horror stories)
|02-06-2013 11:04 PM|
|Jts04sahara||Are you running a transfer case drop or anything?|
|02-06-2013 09:42 PM|
|csteele||I have that life on my 01 TJ and I don't have an sye on it. Im not doing anything big with mine 99% DD. So unless you are doing nothing but off road I think your fine. You won't need to do anything but the lift and different wheels to fit 33" under it. The stock wheels just don't have enough backspace on them.|
|02-06-2013 09:24 PM|
2.5 and sye
Hey guys. I'm looking @ buying an Ome 2.5 for my jeep. However I'm not really wanting to do a transfer case drop or a mml. I've read that a sye isn't needed until you go over 3.5". If I install the kit and get some vibrations would it cause any ill effects to install an sye. I know if I install the sye I have to have atleast upper adjustable arms. I was looking @ the currie 8 arm kit. I will more than likely install adjustable track arm in front also. But my main question is on the sye and just 2.5 lift. I'm never going to run over a 33" tire. As of now I have 31s. If I decided to upsize to 33's ill just add a small bl. Thanks guys