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08-23-2008 10:25 PM
HkdOnJP its got two holes one that is 3/8 off and one that is 1 " off so depending on which hole you put your center pin through is how your axle moves
08-23-2008 06:05 PM
jpdocdave how does that plate move the axle up?
08-22-2008 11:21 PM
HkdOnJP there only 16.50 i guess i could put em on and if it doesnt work just take them off
08-22-2008 05:35 PM
whitebuffalo just moving it an inch shouldnt be a problem. i cant say for sure on the rear, but on my front when i went soa the perch allowed me to stretch it an inch with no other mods, no prob.
08-22-2008 05:25 PM
AzTJ If you want to stretch the wheelbase, look into reversed XJ, springs. And there is a lot more to it and just moving the axle... new drivshaft, gas tank relocation.
08-21-2008 11:25 PM
HkdOnJP
Stretch plates?

I have a 94 yj with the 35 if i bought these Stretch plates that move the axle back either 3/8" or 1" back would i have to move anything or would it be as simple as putting them on i have the stock drive shaft.

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