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Old 06-08-2009, 09:34 PM   #1
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debating between pro comp a/ts or m/ts and 32s and 33s

any recommendations here? jeep 93 yj 4.0 L automatic-- would the 33s require gear work? ive got dunlop mud rover 32s on rt now-- lookin at 32s and 33s in procomp a/ts or m/ts .. anythin helps, thanks

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What gears do you have now? Any problem bogging down or not climbing hills?

If not, I really doubt that an inch would make it so much worse that you'd HAVE to re-gear.

But, if you are on the edge performance wise, that inch will be the straw on the camel.

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Old 06-09-2009, 09:17 AM   #3
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havnt really tested it off road at all.. i bought it at the very end of summer last year and have been prepping it for the past few months. so, havent done any serious climbing but i am in colorado and it has no prob getting up the paved mountain roads. i dont lose any gears... my tires i have now are maybe half worn. but with the stock wheels the 32s that im running will rub on the leafs. so i bought steel wheels that will give enough space so they wont rub but theres a nail in one of my tires and nobody will mount them so im stuck with having to get new tires, from what im told, not sure the gear ratio. i cant find it anywhere, its a 93 yj auto .. hmmm
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It's probably 3.73 or 3.54 if it's an auto.

What kind of time split to you plan on having it off road/on road?
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Old 06-09-2009, 05:39 PM   #5
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not sure what you mean by time split
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If you get the MT's get the MT Extreme. Better tire wear.
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Old 06-10-2009, 01:31 AM   #7
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not sure what you mean by time split
Meaning how much time will your jeep see on road vs. off road?
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oh ok.. it is my daily driver but i dont drive much... im not doing too much off roadin but the stuff i will do will be very rocky and not much mud at all, lots of rocks in co...

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