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Old 09-08-2009, 01:57 PM
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Why are things the way they are?

Ive had my 92 for going on four years now. I am starting to finally get to the point where I am doing repairs and mods myself. Can any body tell me where I can find reference materials on general off roading information. And when I ask that I mean like why do you put an SYE on your transfer case and stuff like that. If I do stuff to my truck I want to know why and and actuallly know what I am talking about. To date owning my jeep is like going to school and I want to expand my mind. LOL Knowledge keeps my wheels spinnin. Literally. Thanks Y'all.

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Old 09-08-2009, 02:56 PM   #2
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ok the sye is becouse of the drive angle when u lift ur jeep. it actually is to severe for it to function properly resulting in vibration and the driveshaft may even fall out. also if u have a lift that warrants that u need a cv drive shaft as well. and just stick around here long enough to finish those axels and stabilizer and u will find the info ur looking for

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Old 09-08-2009, 03:28 PM   #3
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I dont think you,ll find a book like that just ask here chances are 5 other people want to know the same thing and you could ask any of your parts suppliers but were not gonna try to sell you any thing ,so feel free you know what they say there are no stupid questions just stupid people and we's cant help it cuz thats the way they made me or some thing like that ??!!..
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Logging onto this board and asking questions, is probably the best way to build your knowledge level. There are some places on the internets that will misinform you, but I have seen that most info on this forum that is correct.

If someone does post wrong info, another user will come along & set it straight.
There's usually no big deal made of it either, and you end up with the right answer.

I have some links to other good boards too if you should ever need them, just send me a PM.
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