PORC has been screwing people over lately. I'd refrain from ordering their products for the time being. I did buy my sye from them last year but it seems they took a turn for the worse and alot of customers are furious with their service. I read a book-worth of posts about these ticked-off customers on Pirate.PORC Performance Offroad Road
I'm sure there are others
quite alot of us do run the front shaft back there. you could create a poll and see who uses front shafts or aftermarkets and i bet you'll see way more folks using the front shaft instead.thanks. if your able to run a front DS then why don't more people do it? im just wondering if there is a good reason for it.
Yeah the kit's been fine for me for almost a year. It's pretty much AA's twin kit with a scratch or two here and there. I hope they get their act together.That really sux to hear. I've been running a PORC SYE for about 3 years now with no issues. I run a front driveshaft on the rear as well. I've been on 35's with mild to major wheelin' with no issues. Great setup.
Yes you can, try using a auto front 4.0l shaft. That should be the correct length for you being that you have a manual. But you may want to measure first. If you need a longer driveshaft then grab a front DS from a manual tranny XJ.I have an '89 xj 4.0 I6 5spd manual with an np231 TC and d35 rear axle. I was wondering if I can do an SYE and use a front DS? If so what year and model front DS can I use? Thanks
Thanks for the response :thumbsup: Right now I have 4.5" lift and TC drop. I am going to purchase an sye kit but from what point to point on the DS should I measure? ThanksYes you can, try using a auto front 4.0l shaft. That should be the correct length for you being that you have a manual. But you may want to measure first. If you need a longer driveshaft then grab a front DS from a manual tranny XJ.