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Is my SYE list complete?

thekidwithquestions

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so I ordered my rear double adj. lower control arms from savvy, when they come in I'll have a full set of adj. rear CAs, after that I'm gonna save for a SSSYE, do I need anything else that's not on this list

Full Rear adj. CAs, check
Angled rear trackbar bracket, Not check, I'm gonna order one soon
JB conversions SSSYE, not check, I'll order soon
Tom Woods DS, not check, I have to get my SSSYE in, before I can measure for this, right?
am I missing anything?

bonus question, my next mod after this will be a TT, do I need front adj. CA for a TT?
 
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so I ordered my rear double adj. lower control arms from savvy, when they come in I'll have a full set of adj. rear CAs, after that I'm gonna save for a SSSYE, do I need anything else that's not on this list

Full Rear adj. CAs, check
Angled rear trackbar bracket, Not check, I'm gonna order one soon
JB conversions SSSYE, not check, I'll order soon
Tom Woods DS, not check, I have to get my SSSYE in, before I can measure for this, right?
am I missing anything?

bonus question, my next mod after this will be a TT, do I need front adj. CA for a TT?
Just in case you overlooked it, you'll also need an adjustable rear track bar to work with the angled bracket. Keep in mind, you won't need the rear track bar items until you lift the drivetrain. Depending on what shocks you have in the rear you may need to swap those out or use a shifter bracket on the lower mount. You might be ok just trimming the lower coil spring buckets, just depends on what your pinion angle ends up being.

Although they're nice to have, you don't need front adjustable arms for the tummy tuck.

Your stock front driveshaft should be fine also with the TT.
 

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so I ordered my rear double adj. lower control arms from savvy, when they come in I'll have a full set of adj. rear CAs, after that I'm gonna save for a SSSYE, do I need anything else that's not on this list

Full Rear adj. CAs, check
Angled rear trackbar bracket, Not check, I'm gonna order one soon
JB conversions SSSYE, not check, I'll order soon
Tom Woods DS, not check, I have to get my SSSYE in, before I can measure for this, right?
am I missing anything?

bonus question, my next mod after this will be a TT, do I need front adj. CA for a TT?
Do you have a good set of lock ring pliers?
 

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Ahhh I forgot about that, crap mo money
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A picture of them would not hurt.
Yup, I wish I had asked for advice before purchasing mine. I bought some that I thought would work. I struggled thru the SYE project. I'll be shopping for some different lock ring pliers before I tackle that job again.
 

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But this is exactly why you started the thread, no? You're gonna be better prepared for the task at hand.