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01-26-2011 08:59 PM
E64RIT agree w/ zombie... i gotta zone 3"clearing 295/70/18's (equal to a 34) w/ no problems and didnt have to do anything to the drive shafts or even the gearing for that matter.
01-26-2011 04:13 PM
ZOMB1E Go with a 3" lift. It will clear 35s and wont leave your stock driveshaft at a critical angle.
01-26-2011 02:41 PM
JakeRupp It would be best to replace it. OE will work fine for a little longer, but it'll be more safe and reliable if you go ahead and replace.
01-24-2011 04:40 PM
Drive Shaft?

If i put 4 inches of lift on my 2010 Jeep wrangler 4 door with 35inch tires will i need to replace the OE Drive shafts or will the OE still work fine?

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