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Old 06-02-2015, 11:39 AM
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Default XJ Slip Yoke

Big brown dumped a package on my front porch. I got an Advance Adapters SYE for the Gray Ghost. I decided since the slip yoke is making so much noise and has a lot of play in the slip yoke along with the vibrations that it would be best to do a SYE instead of a Hack-n-Tap. Does anyone have experience installing a SYE?
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Old 06-02-2015, 11:52 AM
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Big brown dumped a package on my front porch. I got an Advance Adapters SYE for the Gray Ghost. I decided since the slip yoke is making so much noise and has a lot of play in the slip yoke along with the vibrations that it would be best to do a SYE instead of a Hack-n-Tap. Does anyone have experience installing a SYE?
There are quite a few folks on here who have done SYE's.

What are your concerns? looking for help?

some pretty good youtube videos on the subject if your looking for an overview.
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Old 06-02-2015, 03:40 PM
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Default Re: XJ Slip Yoke

It seems harder than it actually is. I did mine using just the directions that came in the box and yes the videos out there are pretty good as well. On the older t-cases you will need to drive our some needle bearings on one of the sprockets and may have to trim the shift fork rod but its covered in the directions as well.

Also I'm sure there are members who would be happy to help if you ask.

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