No kidding, you should get what you payed for. Moving forward if you ever need to adjust them for any reason reach out via pm or here and I got you. I’ve done plenty. When you go in tell them you don’t have a CV and you need the pinion angle to match the output angle on the transfer case.Thanks, but I feel I should have them fixed it since I already paid the $$$$ should have just freakin attempted it myself !
That 2 degrees off can absolutely be the reason you still have vibes.Took it back to the shop( Nexgen offroad)and they adjusted it a few times. I was told they set the rear control arms to stock length ? The angles are supposedly 2• off. I’m still experiencing vibrations but not nearly as before. Thinking I need to save for an sye. Was hoping to put it off since I only have ome 2 inch in the rear with mml.View attachment 124015
On the bright side took it out today and did BB 3N93 with the family.View attachment 124016
In an ideal world, SYE yes. In your circumstance 2 degrees more down to perfectly match the output isn’t going to hurt the driveshaft and could significantly help your vibes. A good way to get a real world image is unbolt they rear driveshaft and drive in 4H (there is no speed limit to 4H) and see how those vibes feel or disappear. Could be your front which is helpful to isolate with disconnecting each at separate times.So your thinking that pinion angle needs to come down more ? Would that place the driveshaft at to steep of an angle ?