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    bfourjs
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    New to the forum. I just purchased a 2003 Jeep Wrangler with 64000 miles, with a 4 inch Fabtech suspension. Overall it drives well but at about 60 MPH and above it has an annoying vibration. From my initial research it appears it could be the rear drive shaft and I may need a SYE put on the trasfer case. I figured I would ask the local experts there opinion as to the possibilities of the problem, and where the best shops in the Boise valley are to fix something of this nature. Thanks for your help.

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    Tumbleweed
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    Garden City

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    You might be able to put some shims between the transfer case and the frame to see if it helps with a new angle. You can cheat this with a temporary attempt by placing3 or 4- 1/2″ washers between the tcase skid plate and the frame rails. I don’t recommend this as a permanent fix.
    Kevin at American Vintage 4×4 should be able to help you. Or Josh and Kevin at 208 motorsports in Caldwell.

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    bfourjs
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    Thanks for the suggestion. Kevin was very helpful.

    #151271
    Fire Jeep
    Fire Jeep
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    U-joint going out? I just had one getting bad in my pickup and it was a terrible vibration between 50-60 MPH. Once changed, all Bad Vibrations gone.

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