Smooth your ride and prevent damaged suspension components after a lift with our Jeep Wrangler slip yoke eliminator kits. When you lift your Jeep Wrangler's suspension system to make room for larger, taller wheels and tires
, you must make other alterations before it's ready for off-road use. Raising the frame and/or body of an off-road vehicle moves it away from the differentials, which cause the drive shaft angles to become extreme. This can and often does result in binding, premature wear, and vibrations. One inexpensive way to correct the problem without replacing the drive shafts is to install slip yoke eliminator kits on your Wrangler. The sets we sell can lengthen drive shafts by several inches, which should restore the appropriate angle of the driveline. Our Jeep Wrangler slip yoke eliminator kits are made from durable material and usually crafted from a mixture of steel and aluminum for strength and rust proofing. It’s important to select these kits based on the amount of lift that you have on your Jeep Wrangler. Choose a kit that matches your lift level appropriately and you’ll enjoy better performance overall. These simple kits will help reduce the angle of your Jeep Wrangler driveshafts
so that they can operate at their intended specifications. These tough products come with long-term warranties and are just the investment to make when you want rock solid performance for your vehicle. If you are planning on investing in one of our Jeep Wrangler lift kits
, it makes a lot of sense to get these eliminator kits as well. They’re highly durable and offer solid performance that you can depend on. These kits come with all the different parts that you need to realign your driveshaft through slight extension. You’ll get snap rings, yoke nuts, output seals an output shaft and even a speedometer ring in many of the kits. Make sure that you have all the quality parts you need by purchasing a high quality kit and you’ll make a more reliable modification to your Jeep Wrangler. No matter how you lift your Jeep Wrangler, you will want to look at upgraded suspension parts
to make that Jeep Wrangler more reliable and durable. Also consider our exterior protective parts such as body armor as well as skid plates to keep your Jeep Wrangler from taking damage when you do bring it off-roading. Off-roading is a lot of fun, but there is plenty of preparation that must be done before you give it a try if you don’t want to do damage to your ride.
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