Thx, I plan on eliminating the CAD altogether. I'm guessing the seals will probably come with the R&P bearing kit for those axles.
I'll be getting my parts from ECGS, and the axles will probably be Yukons. But good to know!, Thx Brother!
Lifting a YJ there are going to be complications, they only used drive-train components adequate for a car.
In other words, as light as possible. Thank you CAFE regs...
What size tires are looking at?
Is it stock right now?
Ya, re-pop stuff for Yj's, not so much...And the stocks are getting rare and scarce.
They just don't have the popularity of the old classics.
And I can only image the headaches you'll have getting it on the road once you do get it to HI.
I just installed a D489 from ECGS with an OX locker, and was advised I may also have that issue, but I didn't.
I've just got a 2-1/2" Rough Country lift.
The only solutions I can think of are some adjusting to skid pan with a heavy object, or replace the tank and pan with aftermarket.
Nice! And Welcome Aboard!
My '91 spent most it's life behind a coach, too.
But the PO was a GPAA member and it got dragged down a lot of washboard dirt roads, likely with street pressure in the tires.
15,000 lb coach is just surfing while the poor Jeep got beat to death.
With only 114,000 miles...
Welcome to the world of Antique vehicles, never thought I would ever call a YJ an an antique.
Guess I'm just showing my age!
I'm coming out of a '43 flat fender and my YJ has been a completely different ball game.