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Im looking for a specific picture of the ucf skid plate installed on a '97-'02, no body lift required. I was looking for the carbon steel one because from what i can see from there sight they do not offer the aluminum one for the '97-'02


On the site i can see a pic of the ultra high clearance installed but not the standard no body lift
 

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I run an ultra high skid with no BL.


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98 4.0 AX15
did you have to use the low pro trans mount and MML?

did you run into any issues with shift linkage or pinion angle

what size lift are you currently running?

im running a 4" lift (SYE of corse standard length though) and im woried about pinion angle if i add a ultra high tcase skid
 

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did you have to use the low pro trans mount and MML?

did you run into any issues with shift linkage or pinion angle

what size lift are you currently running?

im running a 4" lift (SYE of corse standard length though) and im woried about pinion angle if i add a ultra high tcase skid
I do use the lowpro mount but not to clear the tub. Had the stock mount installed and cleared the tub by 1/4" but the DC joint on the drive shaft bound before full droop. I have 4" lift, JBC SS SYE, Novack shifter, Savvy adjustable arms, and no MML.
With a standard SYE you would probably have angle issues with the ultra high.
If you want more info check out my build thread.
http://www.wranglerforum.com/f5/march-mods-madness-221479-2.html
 
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