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View Poll Results: SYE or Stock Slip Yoke w/ built shaft
SYE (Slip Yoke Eliminator w/ CV Shaft) 6 100.00%
Stock w/ Longer driveshaft for lift (Slip Yoke) 0 0%
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Old 07-05-2011, 12:30 AM
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SYE or Stronger Stock Longer Shaft

For my SOA lift. Stock flat springs, stock shackles now because steering bind. Happy with height and all other things. I have many mixed reviews about a CV driveshaft and stock slip yoke being strong enough. Lets see votes... as well as some comments with hands on use and opinions why either way. And if you say slip yoke broke, please don't say you stuck to stock length after a lift. SO if you built a longer stronger slip yoke shaft opinions are great. I am just so frustrated after a very long wait to get jeep on road because waiting for parts and people and.......


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I went with JB ss sye and my drive line was custom built with heavy duty 2.5 in .95 wall tubing. Total cost was just shy of 700$.

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After my 4in lift I stayed with the stock shaft for quite a few years. After breaking lots of joints I finally ( this past Saturday) put In a sye from Tom woods. Mines still SUA.
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