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I bought a jeep a couple years ago and the PO put a lift kit on it and Im not sure how big it is. Its a suspension lift and it has the nylon spacers on the xfer skid guard I assume to keep the geometry of the drive train the same. I don't like the way this looks and It would be nice to have that extra couple of inches of clearance back as well. Is there any way short of buying and installing custom drive shafts to remedy this?
 

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Many times installing a BL and Mml will allow you to get the driveline angles corrected enough to lose the t case skid drop
 

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Many times installing a BL and Mml will allow you to get the driveline angles corrected enough to lose the t case skid drop
Yes this should work in your case and you gain the clearance back from the TC drop, but personally its just another way to avoid a SYE/CV setup. If you are mechanically inclined or know someone who is then I would suggest the SYE/CV route. No doubt it is the superior route to take, but more expensive. Then, if you still want more belly clearance you can do UCF lopro skid and trans mount or BL & Belly Up skid. But I would still suggest just taking the hit and doing a SYE/CV upgrade.
 

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Thanks for the feedback guys. I just really hate body lifts. Down the road if I decided to go bigger suspension lift wise then is the SYE/CV adjustment need to be done again?
 
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