What is a slip yoke eliminator XJ?

What is a slip yoke eliminator XJ?

What is a Slip Yoke Eliminator or an SYE? A slip yoke eliminator (SYE) eliminates the slip yoke from your drivetrain, turning it into a fixed yoke. A longer driveshaft means you’ll have a flatter drivetrain angle, reducing vibrations and wear on drivetrain parts if your Jeep has an agressive lift installed.

Do I need an Sye XJ?

No you don’t need an sye to lift an xj. You WILL need tools, jack stands, jack, and some beer to do it.

How do I know if I have a slip yoke eliminator?

Yours is a fixed yoke and shorter so theres your SYE aka slip yoke eliminator. The CV style drive shaft you can tell it is one by how it has the to joints right at the fixed yoke on the t-case and it also has that slip joint (where the blue is).

What is a slip yoke eliminator used for?

This sliding capability allows for changing length depending on the vehicle’s movements. A slip yoke eliminator, abbreviated SYE, does what the name suggests: It eliminates the slip yoke from the transfer case. Instead, it turns it into a fixed yoke that does not slide.

What is the purpose of slip yoke?

The slip yoke is an important component of any drive shaft assembly. The slip yoke assembly (pictured on the right) is what allows drive shafts and PTOs to flex or “slip” with their given application. The slip yoke is also essential for allowing u-joints to rotate properly with the drive shaft.

Is a Sye necessary?

1996-2001 = SYE most deffinately needed at 4.5″ lift, and most need one at anything over the 2″ Budget boost. These are general guidelines, and you will hear people needing SYE’s at 2″ and you will hear of people running no SYE and 6″ of lift – it is all dependant on the vehicle and the ownwers description of “Fine”.

Does a 4.5 inch lift need a slip yoke eliminator?

Yes you need a limited slip yoke, they are called a SYE Adapter. I just installed the Rough Country 4.5 inch lift (full leaf packs) and it came with a transfer Case drop (1 inch).

Why install a Sye on an NP231?

The slip-yoke design on most NP231 transfer cases means that once you remove the driveshaft slip yoke out of the case and try to drive away, all the fluid will come pouring out the seal. In addition, acute rear driveline angles are a limiting factor when lifting short-wheelbase Jeeps.

How long does it take to install a Sye XJ?

Without any experience, you should be able to easily do a SYE kit and CV install in 4-6 hours, assuming you have the proper tools, namely big HD snap ring pliers and a socket/impact for the yoke if you plan on taking it out, and are mechanically inclined.

How do you know if you have a Sye?

Symptoms of a stye include:

  1. A lump on the eyelid.
  2. Eyelid pain.
  3. Redness.
  4. Swollen eyelids.
  5. Tenderness.
  6. Droopy eyelids.
  7. Eye discharge (crustiness around the eyelid)
  8. A burning sensation.

What is the point of a slip yoke eliminator?

Why do you need a slip yoke eliminator?

When you lift your Jeep, the angle of the rear driveshaft increases. This can cause driveline vibrations and premature wear. A Slip Yoke Eliminator or SYE kit for short, reduces the length of the transfer case tail shaft by moving the “slip” function on to the drive shaft and changing to a fixed yoke on the rear of the transfer case.

Can a slip yoke eliminator be used on a ZJ Cherokee?

At long last, a Slip Yoke Eliminator Kit is available for the NP242 transfer case used in XJ Cherokees and ZJ Grand Cherokees! Will Not work on a WJ Grand Cherokee.

What kind of Yoke does a jeep NP242 use?

This kit features a new 1 3/8”-32 spline rear output shaft, heat-treated aluminum alloy tailhousing, 1310 c.v. yoke (other styles of yokes available), bearings, fastening hardware, and detailed instructions. Introduced in 1988, the Jeep NP242 is a transfer case with both full- and part-time Hi ranges as well as part-time Lo range.

When did the Jeep NP242 transfer case come out?

Introduced in 1988, the Jeep NP242 is a transfer case with both full- and part-time Hi ranges as well as part-time Lo range. It was an optional transfer case used in 1988-2001 XJ Cherokees as well as 93-98 ZJ Grand Cherokees. It is chain driven with a 2.72:1 low range, and it’s reliable even with more than stock horsepower applied.