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To get the driveshaft angles right, your TJ's transfer case will have to be equipped with a slip-yoke eliminator kit. Without one, there is no way to get a vibration-free driveshaft into place. In the previous installment of our Teal-J project, we installed an Atlas II transfer case from Advance Adapters. It is roughly half an inch shorter than an NP231 with a slip-yoke eliminator kit, so a proper-length driveshaft will not be a problem.