That shifter extension sure looks uncomfortableFix my broken shifter on my auto trans. Garbage piece of OEM plastic that you can’t buy for the 03-06 42RLE. Dorman sells one for 97-02 I found but they forgot about the rest of us!
Seen it posted on the forum that people have used a chopstick, which by the way did work but I opted for a more permanent solution that wouldn’t wear over time and used a piece of 3/16” brake line that I had laying around. Cut it to length and it works flawlessly.
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Same thing happened to me when I installed mine! I was shocked at how smooth and normal it rode! Still unclear on why people just don't spend the little bit of money to do it right! Great job!Finished the SYE and put the transfer case from -2" back to normal height, and swapped the upper control arms/set rear pinion angle.
Took a quick trip around the block and holy hell, it's not even recognizable as the same vehicle it's so smooth! I dropped the tcase from -1 to -2 while I was getting the funds for the sye kit,and that made it way better but this is so smooth I had no idea it could get this good.
I can't believe the PO was driving it around the way it was and just accepting it
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Is something of on your jeeps geometry? I didn’t have to cut my perches when I had installed my rancho shocks..
Not sure what you currently have, factory Rubicon flares and Sahara flares are 1 inch wider than non-rubicon TJ/LJ flares.Got it inspected today. Had to switch wheels out with the smaller ones that came with the Jeep because the new ones stick out past the flares.
Now looking at replacing flares with something that will cover the bigger tires.