Essentially, yes. With the MML, you don't sacrifice clearance though. Both help correct the pinion angle after lifting.Does a MML have the same effect as a tcase drop? I hate the drop but I don't want vibes. Gig 'em
Yeah! I'm class of 2018. And thanks for the help! I think I am just going to go ahead and go for the SYEEssentially, yes. With the MML, you don't sacrifice clearance though. Both help correct the pinion angle after lifting.
Gig 'em! Are/were you in the corps? Your name looks familiar.
I've had thoughts for a while. Going to hold off until after I stretch the wheelbase.Oh yikes. Any thoughts on outboarding while you're at it?
Forgot I hadn't posted before this. What happened was when I was tightening the bolts to reinstall the shocks, the VERY LAST bolt snapped right off, left the threaded part stuck in the nut. Had to break the welded nut off and put my own hardware on. I drove around for a couple weeks with only one rear shock while I figured out how to get the sucker off.I got the shock installed last week, and it was a royal pain. I broke the nut off using a dremel with a cut off wheel and a pry bar/sledge shoved in between the frame and body. After that, I had to grind the rest of it down with another dremel attachment because the dremel's cut off wheel didn't reach far enough to get the whole nut. Had I not done this, the washer on the other side wouldn't sit flat and the bolt would've been super crooked. Probably took an extra 2-3 hours of extra work once I figured out exactly how I wanted to go about it.:atomic: