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Installation Time: (approx) 1 Hour
Difficulty Level:Simple installation for anyone
Currently on a 2inch Spring lift with a 2in Body lift. Have SYE rear driveshaft already. Will these spec pose any issues. Went wheeling last weekend that factory skid got caught on everything
The Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate requires a few things for a proper install. This kit can make severe driveshaft angles, so you may need lowering kit part # 1900100 for a one-inch drop or part #1900000 for a 1/2" drop. Please note that some fine tuning and adjustment may be required to eliminate driveshaft vibration.
2006 jeep wrangler x Running a automatic transmission.Has a 4.75 inch lift with a 1 inch body lift also a 3/4 drop trans case. What bellyup skid plate would I need?
This Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate will work with your setup. You will require the engine spacer kit, 1948100. You may also require the Teraflex Short Shaft kit, however this is not typical. We are not able to determine if this will require the kit unless vibration is present after the install.
How much does it weigh?
The Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate weighs in at 80lbs.
I have a 02 jeep wrangler. Right now it is stock will this work and will i meed to change anything? But in a few weeks i am butting on a 2 inc lift would i need to do anything afterwords if i wait to get this then?
The Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate provides the maximum amount of ground clearance possible, but requires some fine tuning and adjustment to eliminate driveshaft vibration. Engine Spacer: This kit may require the use of a 5/8" engine spacer for proper fan shroud clearance when used with a 1" body lift. (Part #1948100) Short shaft kit: This kit will require the use of the TeraFlex short shaft kit (Part #4444400 or 4444401). Lowering kit: Because the BellyUP can make driveshaft angles severe, a lowering kit (Part #1900100 for a one-inch drop or Part #1900000 for 1/2" drop) will decrease the severity of that angle. This issue is common when the BellyUP is combined with an 4" suspension system.
I have the Teraflex short shaft with C.V. Driveshaft and a 4" Suspension lift. I have adjustable upper control arms for the pinion angle. Is there anything else I would need to install this? Will my current driveshaft still be ok? I want to avoid the engine spacer if I can. Thanks
using the Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate with your setup, we would recommend a transfer case lowering kit to prevent issues with driveline vibration and binding.
The Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate would require a 1" body lift and 5/8" engine spacer would be required in addition to the driveshaft.
When Using the Teraflex BellyUp Skid Plate with a stock TJ, as long as it is not a Rubicon it will not require any modifications except for a short shaft kit (Part #4444400 or 4444401)
Installation Time: Afternoon
March 21, 2018
Great product and craftsmanship. Solid protection and clearance. It's great that it has two different mounting locations, depending on the year of your TJ or LJ. Comes with motor mount lift blocks.
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Installation Time: Afternoon
March 22, 2014
The ground clearance with the protection added is simply top notch. When I got fed up with my "shovel" catching every little hill, I went with this product and couldn't have been more pleased!
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