|11-09-2010 04:24 PM|
|birtydugger||use a 1" t-case lowering spacer....gives u a smoother ride and ya wont wear out ur u-joints to often! till u get a SYE and CV driveshaft...i run all these on my 4.5" lifted YJ..runs sweet to and from the trails never any issues and with a good lift of 3-5" with the drop skid the clearance isnt a problem.|
|11-09-2010 04:13 PM|
|cedarcreekjerky||I lifted my 97 3" and didnt need to lower the tcase, but every jeep is different|
|11-09-2010 04:01 PM|
|uplifted||Wish you lived closer.. I have a spare steering box sitting here as well as the arm that i would have just given you..... Damn|
|11-09-2010 03:39 PM|
|Jitney||i dont need the dropped pitmnan arm i am getting a whole steering box and one on it my steering box is beat but i am in p.a middletown near harrisburg|
|11-08-2010 09:28 PM|
|uplifted||Where are you located?? I have both a dropped pitman arm and t-case lowering spacers available..|
|11-08-2010 09:22 PM|
3 inch lift need t-case lowering kit?
hey guys got three inch springs and i know i need a lowerd pitman arm but the tailshaft on my t case that bearing is pretty wore i would like to get a sye kit but have no money for that as of now so i was thinking just to buy a t case lowering kit and a new bearing for the tail part on the t case but would i need a transfer case lowering kit? with 3" of lift?