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01-28-2013 04:16 AM
justin_brown
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Originally Posted by Trevor C 98tj
Like moving them on the axle or making the rear upper mount parallel with the lower?
Making the rear upper mount parallel
01-27-2013 04:54 PM
staud11
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Originally Posted by TJDave

When you install an SYE and DC shaft, you have to change your pinion angle for it all to work properly. Tilting your pinion up results in upper and lower spring perches no longer inline with each other. (the spring will have an arch in it, and the bumpstops most likely will not line up.)

I moved my stock uppers when I did my SYE and axle swap.
Ok thanks! I've never heard of people doing this with a sye and cv! I'm still learning though!
01-27-2013 01:59 PM
TJDave
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Originally Posted by staud11 View Post
I'm interested in knowing the advantages of doing this!
When you install an SYE and DC shaft, you have to change your pinion angle for it all to work properly. Tilting your pinion up results in upper and lower spring perches no longer inline with each other. (the spring will have an arch in it, and the bumpstops most likely will not line up.)

I moved my stock uppers when I did my SYE and axle swap.
01-27-2013 01:36 PM
CarolinaBound sub'd
01-27-2013 12:06 PM
staud11 I'm interested in knowing the advantages of doing this!
01-27-2013 09:41 AM
tailhole I got a set of brackets that moves the uppers. But gives a 1 1/2 lift.
01-27-2013 04:47 AM
Wheel2Work One of the first mods after I completed the axle work was spring relocation... I wanted a true spring compression for a stiffer suspension. My TJ drove like a basketball when I first picked it up!
01-27-2013 02:10 AM
Trevor C 98tj Like moving them on the axle or making the rear upper mount parallel with the lower?
01-27-2013 01:49 AM
justin_brown
Coil relocation

What are people's opinion of relocating the rear coils on a tj/ lj .

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