NP242 Slip Yoke Eliminator

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242J SYE

Slip Yoke Eliminator kit for the 242J transfer case. This will work with either the early or late model NP242J transfer case as long as it is the type that uses the stock 27 spline rear output shaft. It will not work on the 242HD transfer cases that came stock with a 32 spline rear output shaft. If you have the 242HD transfer case you should look at our 242HD-SYE. It comes with a 1310 series double cardan (cv) compatible yoke. Made for Tom Wood's by Advance Adapters.

Key product features

  • New output shaft (not a hack and tap).
  • Increases the strength of your rear output shaft.
  • Made in the USA
  • Uses standard type output yoke. Does not require a specially machined and shortened yoke or flange. 
  • Maintains the stock speedometer housing.
  • Shortens the output shaft of by nearly 4 inches.
  • Comes with a hole in the housing for speedometer sensor and a plug if the hole is not needed. 

Download installation instructions here and/or watch the 242 SYE installation video below. 

242 SYE

Customer Reviews

Based on 19 reviews
Mason McPhie

Awesome kit for folks with the 242 transfer case and super cool that tom woods is the only company to make this SYE kit. Easy installation with instructions, also watched the attached video for reference. Plus it was delivered in a couple of days!

Bill Richcreek
Very happy with this kit..

I installed this kit about 2 years ago, very easy install have had no problems at all. Would buy again. Awesome company...

Tracy Mattern

Kit worked great. directions were easy to follow. No need to remove transfer case. I did it in the vehicle

Dennis Barnett
242 SLE

Great product and instructions. Easy to install. Would recommend to anyone!

doug horton
Excellent quality, instructions could use a bit of clarity

My only issue was that the kit included parts that are not mentioned at all in the instructions, making you worry if you missed something. Also, they assume you know which side of the seal points faces out. Since it was much different than the installed seal, I didn't have a reference. I should have just researched it online instead of guessing...wrong.