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01-05-2008 11:27 PM
machine mine was because i had a rock the size of a softball jammed under the xfer case. i really need to get a lift.
01-04-2008 11:37 PM
DesertX Mine did that even after SYE. I had read that it is an issue of the stock t-case skid, but it still did it after my TT.
01-02-2008 01:07 AM
foxinthemudd good point distj I overlooked his 4" of lift...
01-02-2008 12:47 AM
distortedtj first do you have a transfer case drop already?
and do you have a SYE ''slip yoke elimator"?
01-01-2008 11:10 PM
Originally Posted by debruins View Post
nahh you just need a transfer case drop, you can buy them or you can get longer bolts and washers to drop the transfer case and get a better driveline angle
X2 sounds like that is your problem, not a hard fix either.
Welcome to the forum by the way...
01-01-2008 12:39 AM
debruins nahh you just need a transfer case drop, you can buy them or you can get longer bolts and washers to drop the transfer case and get a better driveline angle
12-31-2007 11:22 PM
dmain98 Thanks for the feedback...
I was thinking it could be in the Torque converter, since it only does it in overdrive. I was thinking about putting it up on blocks, straping it down, and running it.
12-31-2007 09:52 PM
slomover yes i have lifted several rigs & vibrations are in herent ,one thing that can help is to repitch your pinion angel , but be carful this can cause you 2 have bering issues later on
12-31-2007 07:05 PM
I need some Jeep guys help.

I need some Jeep guys help.
I just purchased a 04 Jeep Wrangler. It is setup with the following, a 4-inch lift, 32x11.5x15 LT tires, 4.0l inline 6 and the automatic transmission.
My concern is I have noticed a vibration / hum sound when the transmission shifts into overdrive, usually around 55 MPH. I took it back to Hunter Dodge and they say it is caused by the lift and the big tires. Has anybody experienced this problem?

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