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Im putting a Pro Comp 2.5 lift on my '87 YJ. Anybody had the need to drop the transfer case pan down to help the driveshaft angle, or do you think Im good? All it is, is a set of 1" spacers & longer bolts.
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Only if driveline angle is severe enough to cause a vibration or u joint binding starts

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That's pretty much what the guy at 4WP said. Its going to take a test drive to check after its installed. That small of a lift I would guess it would be just fine, but its all new to me.
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