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post #1 of (permalink) Old 09-02-2002, 06:00 PM
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is lowering my t-case realy needed

my cj5 has a 2.5" lift(i think) and the t-case is lowered at least an inch is that realy neaded? the angle looks realy mello. also i can't find slip yoke eleminators for an 81 cj5.....really verry new to jeeps had 71 bronco for 10 years so please bear with me..
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Re: is lowering my t-case realy needed

Take the drop out then run it to see if you have any vibes. If not then, no, you don't need it! Second question, I did't know a CJ had a slip yoke to eliminate.
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Re: is lowering my t-case realy needed

yea well um... i uh guess your right told ya i'm new to this
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Re: is lowering my t-case realy needed

If I remeber right...3"+ lift you need to lower the tcase. Some people can get away without lowering it. Especially if you are at 2.5". That's what I'm running without lowering the tcase and she does just fine.
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