Originally Posted by 01 TJ
You will have the same ratio in the rear as you have in the front. If you have a 3.07 in the front then you have a 3.07 in the rear.
For what you mean, that is true... they are the same ratios. But so no one gets confused, our axle ratios are normally off by .01 between the front and rear... like 3.73 and 3.74, 3.55 and 3.54, etc. That's because the Dana 30 and Dana35c/Dana 44 have different ring gear diameters which makes getting the ratio exactly the same cost-prohibitive. Only the Rubicon with matching front and rear Dana 44 axles always have exactly the same ratio. That .01 difference most TJ axles have is a non-issue in any onroad or offroad situation.