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Old 06-16-2005, 10:04 AM   #1 (permalink)
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who is running the rro 8" coil lift? + toy axles

how did you deal with the drivelines ? i'm using dubble cv in rear . and the pinion is pointed up but the driveline angel is still sharp . and the vibration is real bad when taking off and slowing down . can you drop the t case ? i called rro and they dont know jack. all he said s thay you can't drop the tc . please help thanks
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Old 06-18-2005, 03:43 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I am running that exact set-up. I used an 83' Toyota truck for my doner vehicle. I threw the axles under my Zuk and then was given the advice to use the front driveshaft from the Toyota as a REAR driveshaft for my Zuk. I have been running this set-up for a year now with 37" BFG Krawlers and 8:1 T-case and believe it or the stock front Toyota driveshaft has held up with no problems!!

I did have to do a custom driveshaft for the front though. If you need pics let me know.
03 Rubicon Trail Ready bumpers, 3.5" RE Super Flex, 285/75/16 Goodyear MTRs. 87' Zuk 37" Krawlers, Warn 9.5 ti, 17" Trail Ready beadlocks, OBA, Yota axles w/ 5.29s, ARB front, spool rear, 8:1 T-case, 8" coil kit, full custom cage, 5 gallon fuel cell
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