Sorry, no I did not re gear yet. The 4 to 1 and 4.11's work well for me. Before I took out my rear seat, spare and some other stuff it was dogging it on some of the bigger hills on the hwy. but less a few pounds it does well. I really don't want to invest a ton of money into these axles because I know I'll be upgrading a few years from now.
Thanks I have an 06 lj rubi and right now I'm stuck with 33s but have room for 37s due to my 4 inch lift and metal cloaks, but ill go to 35s when I need new tires. Now my 44's are stock but I plan on putting on c gussets, sleeves, and trusses. With rcv front shaft and a chromo rear. Just wanted to know how those 44 were holding up. Thanks
Highlights are no push off, and no need for springs, spring buckets, sway bars, or bump stops.
Off ORI's site
Dual pressurized chamber design for unmatched body roll stability in fast turns, and on off-camber side hills. Can be set to mid-stroke ride height and still control body roll, and not push off. Most users dump the sway bar.
With ORI’s internal features, most users also dump the external bump stops and limit straps.
3-stage velocity-sensitive compression damping Soft ride changes to firm compression damping as piston shaft speed increases.Conventional air shocks are typically set to low ride height to prevent push-off, but bottom quickly over bumps as a result. ORIs set at mid-stroke, will both suck up the bumps, and will drop out quickly over the whoops. No trade-offs in performance.Coil-Overs are set close to full extension to help reduce body roll. ORIs set at mid-stroke, are ready to react, whether to compress when hitting a bump, or to drop out in an instant over a rut, maintaining a more level, comfortable ride at speed.
Tunable anywhere from firm ride to loose articulation by simply adjusting nitrogen gas pressures.
Higher load capacity than conventional air shocks. Nitrogen gas charge over 2” piston can support up to 1900 lbs/strut.
Compact, simple installation fits tight spaces, and replaces a lot of unnecessary hardware.
Velocity-sensitive, 7-position externally-adjustable rebound damping
Internal hydraulic bump stop on compression stroke
Hydraulic end-of-stroke cushioning at full extension
Cooling fins dissipate heat
Billet 6061 aluminum, stainless and high-strength carbon steel
Hard chrome steel cylinder and tough 1 ¾” piston shaft
Teflon-lined spherical bearings for 1/2” & 5/8” mounting bolts
High pressure 5000 psi seals for extreme off-road abuse
Corrosion resistant anodize outer coating
ORI Struts do not Unload, or Push Off
Piston shafts can be set to extend to a park position, then wheel and axle weight can still pull the struts to full extension.
You might want to get the currie 1" lift motor mounts. They are bullet proof and really help with the rear drive shaft angle
It's not about getting out of the Storm, but learning to dance in the rain.
When I die I am going to be buried with my Jeep, cause I haven't yet found a hole it can't get out of!!!!!
06 TJ Rubi 4.0 and alot of other crap
Wow, that thing looks evil with no cage in it. A set of low back seats and not cage would look like a cj2a on roids.!
I know a lot of things, most of them are only correct in my own head...
Better to be judged by twelve then carried by six. I'm sure this is going to get me in trouble down the line
2000 sport, 5speed, 1-1/4 body lift, 3" zone, metal cloak front fenders, metal cloak control arms, 4.88, 35" cooper stt.