|09-30-2008 06:14 PM|
|09-30-2008 06:00 PM|
|09-29-2008 09:15 PM|
Ditto to what he said...
With the 4" Susp. lift and 2" shackle lift, your rear driveline angle must be pretty severe.
Look into getting a sye and a cv driveshaft.
Check this SYE out, it's very reputable and the best of its kind:
NP231J HD Super Short SYE
With the SYE, you could either get a CV driveshaft (tom woods) or get the front driveshaft from a late model 90's Cherokee. They need to be cut and shortened, but will save you some money in the long run.
Either route, i would just get that fixed before it gets out of hand.
|09-27-2008 06:20 PM|
1st, your either going to have to lower your jeep a little or go SYE. I wouldn't drive it with the vibrations like that at all, till it's fixed.
The kit sounds like its complete for a 4" lift but when you figure in those lift shackles your too high for your rear driveline. So either get stock shackles or a SYE.
2nd, how the hell did you post a completely blank post.
EDIT: Ahhh Haaa!!!! I figured out your blank post. You can't post images off of your harddisk. You have to upload them to a site like Flickr or Photobucket and post em from there.
|09-27-2008 06:07 PM|
|09-27-2008 05:50 PM|
4" springs, 2" shackles, now vibrating
i just threw a 4" rough country suspension lift ontop of my 2" shackles. the kit came with a t-case drop also. getting on the highway today, i was afraid to push it past 55mph. the vibrations and noise was bad.i was going to swap out my shackles for some stock ones i have. i thought the lift kit was a complete kit. im wondering if i need a sye now? any ideas?