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10-21-2007 10:19 PM
mrbigjeep ha...i was about to say...says it can be used as tcase drop ...may have to give it a try when i get some cash. should be an easy install.
10-21-2007 08:37 PM
Unlimited
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Originally Posted by jherrin215 View Post
It says it can be used with the stock skid. Also I read the whole page and didn't see anything about having to use a slip yoke eliminator of new CV shaft. And I personally don't see why you would need adjustable shafts to make it work either?? Just looking for explanations so it would make more sense to me before I make a mistake buying it!!
My mistake..... I didn't read the description. I was going off what I was told by a guy who was selling one on e-bay with the 33 eng skid I wanted. I have an auto trans and the people at 33 eng said I would either have to buy an automatic trans mount or spacers. I asked if the manual trans mount could be used by itself and he said no. Said you needed to use it with their skid. I guess I didn't do my homework well enough. Based on their page, it looks like it will work for a tx case drop without the loss of clearence. Sorry if I caused any confussion.
10-21-2007 05:27 PM
jherrin215
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I believe that this mount is meant to be used with an aftermarket skid. It also requires a SYE and new driveshaft. You will also need adjustable control arms to make it all work. While in the long run it's a good approach, I don't think this mount by itself is a "fix" for a lowered transfer case set-up.
It says it can be used with the stock skid. Also I read the whole page and didn't see anything about having to use a slip yoke eliminator of new CV shaft. And I personally don't see why you would need adjustable shafts to make it work either?? Just looking for explanations so it would make more sense to me before I make a mistake buying it!!
10-21-2007 04:19 PM
Unlimited I believe that this mount is meant to be used with an aftermarket skid. It also requires a SYE and new driveshaft. You will also need adjustable control arms to make it all work. While in the long run it's a good approach, I don't think this mount by itself is a "fix" for a lowered transfer case set-up.
10-21-2007 01:04 PM
mrbigjeep i know someone selling one for $90...i don't think i'd have any problems with it....if i did i think it would be a while.
10-21-2007 03:03 AM
AzTJ go a head and try, but that is one expensive tranny mount if you tear it.
10-21-2007 12:07 AM
mrbigjeep
good idea?

this doesn't look half bad...

put this on and remove tcase drop yet remain vibe free...so you gain back your 1/2" or 1" of clearance (depding on amount of drop) yet you don't get vibes...too good to be true??

discuss

http://www.offroadtoystore.com/Merch...ory_Code=33Eng

says it can be used with stock skid...and i have 06 manual

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