|09-27-2010 10:48 AM|
Sounds more like outta balance tires or maybe wore out U-joint or loose suspension parts.
|09-27-2010 10:39 AM|
If you do a 2'' BB and a 1'' BL, also do the 1'' Motor mount lift. you likely won't need any sort of adjustment to the T-case skid
If you do, goto ACE hardware and buy a handful of washers...add washers until the vibes are gone. (in reality with a MML this shouldn't be necessary)
TO clarify on your question though, if you buy an SYE, you will have to change to a CV driveshaft.
and fwiw - Rubi's do not have an SYE, as there was never a SY to E...this is a common misquote, and Education of what these parts are seems to be needed for many.
|09-27-2010 10:17 AM|
|09-27-2010 09:55 AM|
|tbk125||Sooo if i only have a 2" budget boost and a 1" body life and i were to purchase a sye do i need a to also purchase a dive shaft|
|09-27-2010 08:47 AM|
A guy who I consider to be very wise in the art of armoring a Jeep once told me to start from the bottom and work your way up.
DIffs are the lowest thing on the Jeep, most likely to get smacked. armor them.
Tie rod is hanging out in front of the diff pretty low, stock one is tiny, get a larger one.
The Steering Gear box is hanging off the front begging to be smashed up (its rather tough, but its in a spot that begs for issues with rocks) so add a plate for it.
Oil pan is important, if it receives a hole in it, it has problems working. and you are stranded.
Lower control arm mounts seem to get damaged, so armoring them can't hurt.
Rockers beg to get bashed up if you are crawling over large objects
gas tank has an OEM skid, but its 87% worthless - and many aftermarket skids add to your rear ground clearance.
Your vibration is likely a loose suspension component, or a tire in need of balancing.
|09-27-2010 08:05 AM|
None of Which cause dw. Switch tires front to back to see if prob persist.
|09-27-2010 05:52 AM|
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|09-27-2010 12:10 AM|
Ok guys call me hans gruber cuz Im going to hijack this thread. Ive got a rubi with a tc drop. I pretty sure I wouldnt be able to do the labor (sye install + cv dsīs to eliminate the tc drop) aside from parts how much would you guess in labor that would be?... also what are the first pieces of under armor to get. (Az = ROCKS) soo oil skidplate? diffs? gas tank skid? which are most important.
Ive got a slight DW at 48 mph. is there any chance in hell that getting rid the sye and cvīs could fix that. thanks
|09-26-2010 09:25 PM|
Slip Yoke Eliminator (SYE) eliminates the slip inthe transfer case by locking the shaft in one position while all of the flex comes from an also purchased/built CV driveshaft.
Thus added strenth and will fix vibration for road driving when installed properly.
i know ttiwwp
Back to the OP: Skid plates and anything but a dana 35 rear axle oop:
|09-26-2010 09:19 PM|
|GoldTJ||install a Hemi,Dana 60s front and rear,and you will be bullet-proof!|
|09-26-2010 07:27 PM|
|03 RUBI||If you really want a durable Jeep don't wheel it. It will last forever. The preceding was a funny and should not be taken seriously.|
|09-26-2010 06:26 PM|
What does/is a SYE do?
Just curious. Thanks.
|09-26-2010 05:43 PM|
|DerekM||In my opinion SYE is probably the most important. I've learned that the hard way. That's one common thing that can leave you stranded.|
|09-26-2010 05:28 PM|
|tbk125||2002 sahara 4.0|
|09-26-2010 05:20 PM|
|jeepjones||All depends on which Jeep your talking about & what type of wheeling you plan to do, all are pretty good but they all have their weaknesses. It's kind of a hard question to answer.|
|09-26-2010 05:17 PM|
|Vaultzz||Adding under body armor is the best way to protect things from breaking, Having a big honking rock hit any part of the drive train is bad. SYE's will only decrease the angle of your rear drive shaft which lessens the chance that you'll bind it up which could cause it to snap|
|09-26-2010 05:09 PM|
how to make a jeep more durable
what parts help make a jeep less prone to break on the trail...like preventative measure.. does a sye make a jeep more offroad worthy?