I am new to the jeep world. I bought a project cj5 with a SOA. I have replaced the worn original springs with a set of 1" lift springs, 1/2" shackles, and a shackle reversal. My question is: Am I going to need to drop the transfer case? The jeep hasn't run since the SOA, so it will be a brand new rig when I get it on the road. I would like to get as much done over the winter so I can take it out this spring and not worry about installing parts that I should have installed this winter. So, should I or should I not drop the transfer case? The Jeep has a locked d44 4.56 front and an amc20 locked 4.56 rear and runs 35-16 boggers.
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- Oct 2007
1985 CJ7 - Complete (Tieing up lose ends)
Chevy 350: T-176/D300; D30/AMC20 w/ Superior Front 30 Spline Axles, One Piece Rear Axle w/ Superior gears; Front & Rear ARB Air Lockers; 4" Superlift; Homemade AMC 20 Disk Brake Converstion; Warn M8000; BFG 35's KM2 on 17" MT Classic Locks
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- Apr 2005
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258/T-176/D300 4" 4WDH Lift, Widetrac CJ Axles, Trxus MT 33's, 4.56 gears, Detroit rear, Lockright Front, Warn XD9000i, TFI w/ MSD ignition, Weber Carb.
1991 YJ7 Buggy Vortec 350, TH350, Atlas 4.3 Dana 60's blah blah blah, in the works...