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Thanks for the info. Got mine ordered for $ 335.81 shipped to my work. $100 cheaper than TeraflexFYI anyone who has been waiting for these should order while you can. They have been unavailable for nearly a year.
You may be lucky and it's the input seal to the TCase. Mine was.Mine is scheduled to be here Friday. I need to get my transfer case pulled and ready. I have a slow drip between the transmission and transfer case so I’ll use this as an excuse to get both projects done…
What’s crazy is the rear seal on the transmission output and the input seal on the transfer case both have less than 800 miles on them…You may be lucky and it's the input seal to the TCase. Mine was.
You could easily get away with a standard sye. It’s when you tummy tuck as well that a super short sye really helps get some driveshaft length back…Need some help I’m rebuilding a 2002 tj and installing a 4” lift on 35” tires with a 1” motor mt lift and was reading I will need a sye to help eliminate vibrations. Is the ss sye better option over just a sye for my rebuild and where do you get these.
To do it correctly, yes. It can be expensive…I wasn’t planning on the tummy tuck with a 4” lift and 35” I think I’ll be fine. Although the first thing I noticed when my wife bought the jeep was how awkward the tranny skid pate hang down and could easily get hung up on stuff. Is it expensive to do a tummy tuck?