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Old 07-04-2019, 06:32 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Jeep tj 4” lift sye help?

Just acquired a 2000 tj sport. It has a cheap 4” lift and needs an sye. Im looking at buying the Adams sye and driveshaft kit and get them to send the sye first and then the driveshaft after installing to get correct measurements. Will also be getting a front and rear set of core 4x4 upper and lower adjustable control arms to correct all the angles. I’ve read where I need a drop bracket for the rear trac bar and some people say I don’t so I’m just trying to get pointed in the correct direction. I’ve only worked on leaf sprung vehicle so any help will be appreciated.
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If you roll the axle pinion up, you may have some clearance issues with the trac bar, bracket, and axle. Some have an issue, some don't. There is a drop bracket for the top end, or an angled bracket for the axle end. Up to you and will depend on where your interferences are when you're done.
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