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post #1 of (permalink) Old 11-04-1999, 12:45 PM
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Currie or JB conversions SYE

I am doing a SOA conversion and I need to get an SYE kit for my NP231 case. My question is...I am getting a Tom Woods CV driveshaft and I went to his website and he offers both the Currie kit and the JB conversions kit...but the JB conversions is $125 more....now I do some moderate to heavy duty four wheelin...which kit do I go with??

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post #2 of (permalink) Old 11-04-1999, 12:51 PM
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Re: Currie or JB conversions SYE

We've been this way before, everyone has their own opinion. I don't own a YJ, but there are many heavily modified ones around here.
The kit of choice seems to be MIT (I believe they invented it), with Currie a close second.

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Re: Currie or JB conversions SYE

Ok I will search the forum for the previous responses...also does MIT have a website??

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 11-04-1999, 02:31 PM
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Re: Currie or JB conversions SYE

JasonD had a post on 10/7, NP231 Trouble. Spyders reply has the address, etc.

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Re: Currie or JB conversions SYE

M.I.T. doesn't have a website that I know of. Thier phone # 619-579-7727. The owners name is Jeff Sugg and his wife, Karen, is the
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Re: Currie or JB conversions SYE

I believe Advance Adapters has a good one now, it is reasonable, comes with a new shaft (no cutting and tapping like for one of them) and I think Parts Mike likes that one, and stocks it.

Please don't hold me to that, as I don't like to speak for others, but I seem to recall that.
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