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    I would a good deal for the teraflex belly up skid. It was one that teraflex messed up painting so they selling it for half the price. i was just curious as to what else i would have to look at getting with this. i got a '97 tj sport with a 4" lift and a sye and cv driveshaft on. Anyone know if i need anything else?

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    You'll probably want to go ahead and do a 1" BL and MML.
    The body lift will save you from having to dimple the tub. The MML will help you from needing to re-drill your fan shroud and adjust your t-case linkage.

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    yea i was reading the installation instructions and it said that a 1" bl would eliminate any exhaust and linkage modifications. i was just wondering about the rear driveline angle. i have some cam bolts installed now that help a bit.

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    I have the Teraflex Belly-Up Skid Plate and all that is required is the 1" body lift, you do not need to do the motor mounts and since you already have a SYE and CV rear shaft you are covered there as well.

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    awesome thanks for the info

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    I'm running one, as well....you're going to love the clearance.
    Prepare for zombies. That way you'll be ready for anything.

    '97 TJ Sport 5" Teraflex LCG Max, 1" BL, 1" MML, Mopar JK Rubicon Axles, 35" BFGoodrich Mud Terrain KM2's, Custom Rock Sliders, Custom Stinger Bumper, 8000 lb winch, Poison Spyder Tube Fenders, Teraflex skid plates under steering box, oil pan, transfer case and gas tank.

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