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Ok my 06 jeep wranglers Dana 35 diff was leaking. I took it in and found out the yoke wore a grove in it and I need to replace the yoke. Should I bite the bullet and get a SYE? If I were to upgrade axles in the future can I take the SYE off and put it on the new axle? Sorry for any dumb questions I'm kinda ignorant to this topic.
 

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The SYE goes on the rear output of the transfer case , not the axle.
 

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The SYE goes on the rear output of the transfer case , not the axle.
^^^This^^^, and you will also have the cost of a double cardan drive shaft, at least rear upper adjustable control arms (all 4 are better), and an angled track bar bracket. You would probably be looking at $1000-$1200 in parts to do an sye with the extra hardware.
 

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Oh okay thanks guys haha as you can see I obviously had no idea what I was talking about lol thanks!
 

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You might look into a speedy sleeve to save your current yoke if cost is a concern I have never used one on a rear end but have been very successful saving front dampers with seal grooves:)
 
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