- - soa
01-01-2012 07:44 PM
Bout to do soa lift on my yj. Ordering rc perches n a drop pitman arm. I've heard you need high steer conv, I've heard you don't. I drive my jeep on road regularly. And don't want to lose driveability.
I have 31s right now, and completely stock. Should I order a track bar? I've read ibuildembigs wright up, fantastic by the way. Gonna relocate brake lines like in the right up. Any recommendations on shocks that work from another vehicle? This forum is great and thanks in advance
01-02-2012 03:15 AM
If you do a normal SOA drop pitman is fine. If you use lift springs with a soa use stock drop pitman and pick up a cross over setup like the Teraflex kit. Don't by shocks till the end, everyone's setup comes out diffetent. One your rdy for shock you need to flex both front and rear then measure the extened, and collasped length to get the right size for.your setup. After that if your on a budget you can order the size you need. Superlift mares some softride shocks that are only $45 each from 4wheelparts.
01-02-2012 10:00 AM
Thanks a million. Should rear yoke be in a straight line with driveshaft? Instructions from RC say don't change pinion angle. For the front I understand, don't want to change castor angles. I would think the rear should be pretty straight would eliminate any vibration, maybe ever so slightly down for when rear suspension is compressed.
I'm new to jeeps. Thanks for the help. is anyone can think of something else I should get before I start please let me know