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post #1 of (permalink) Old 04-18-2002, 01:39 AM
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SYE or other option

I was wondering what would be the best bang for the buck? Either a SYE kit (any recommendations) or swap to a diff Xfer case (if possible?) Currently I have the stock drivetrain (ax-15, np231) and would like to ease the angle on the driveshaft since ill be lifting the jeep 6 inches.
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Re: SYE or other option

IMO, a SYE is the best route. I see no point to upgrading to another case. And you've have to find one with the right side drop and all that crap. Just get a quality HD SYE from AA, JB, or some other place.
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Re: SYE or other option

I'm with JG on this...a SYE will give you more length for a driveshaft by eliminating that overly long tailshaft housing in the NP231J......

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