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Drive Line ?'s #787846
02/09/07 05:49 AM
02/09/07 05:49 AM
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Kotrin  Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Mar 2006
Posts: 73
So I recently got my Jeep the 3.5" Rubicon lift,
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I know the tires look out of place, but that will come in time. Well I noticed that my driveline around 30 mph shakes, but it goes away. I talked to the shop that did the work and it does occasionally happen. They suggested I do a slip yoke eliminator and a new drive line which would fix this, or lower my transfer case (I would rather not having things lower to the ground IMO). I guess my question is will this fix my issue, 2 is it okay to still drive it (dont have the cash atm to just fix it). Am I still going to have the flex and everything that should be correct? I guess I dont fully understand what the slip yoke eliminator is suppose to do. I know it gives your driveline a proper angle, just it seem's to cost around 600 buck's or so for the parts to get it done(including new driveline). Any help would be apperciated.


- Kotrin
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Re: Drive Line ?'s [Re: Kotrin] #787847
02/09/07 06:07 PM
02/09/07 06:07 PM
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Seattlegti  Offline
Body Damage is Cool
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Eastkabumfuck,OR, USA
Nice looking Jeep man.

Just do a transfer case drop till you have the dough to buy a new driveline and pull everything apart for the SYE.

Easy to install and just as easy to remove. If your lift kit didn't come with one they're dirt cheap, $20 or so.

Felt the same way about the tires when I lifted my XJ, looked hella funny for a few weeks till I got bigger tires.
Now it just like it should've from the factory.

Re: Drive Line ?'s [Re: Seattlegti] #787848
02/10/07 04:05 AM
02/10/07 04:05 AM
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Kotrin  Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Mar 2006
Posts: 73
But the driveline will last till I can get it fixed? I'm working for the next like 9 day's straight so not going to get a chance just hoping I don't damage anything in the mean time.


- Kotrin
Re: Drive Line ?'s [Re: Kotrin] #787849
02/11/07 03:21 AM
02/11/07 03:21 AM
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Anonymous
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The SYE(slip yoke eliminator) will help the drivelineout by shortening your output shaft on your X-fer, which gives you room for a longer driveshaft( about 3-4 inches longer), thereby changing your angle some. You have theright idea about the X-fer drop, best to keep it up high, but, like the guy before me said, it is a cheap quick fix until you can get the SYE. This link mighthelp you out though.... http://www.highangledriveline.com/np231&241.html

Re: Drive Line ?'s #787850
02/15/07 04:17 PM
02/15/07 04:17 PM
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Kotrin  Offline OP
Getting the Wheeling Fever
Joined: Mar 2006
Posts: 73
Someone was telling me I didn't need to do a SYE, though honestly I will because eventually it's going to receive a larger lift. That kit you linked me is that for a CV Drive shaft?


- Kotrin

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