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Old 02-13-2011, 02:07 PM   #1
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Anyone run 33s with 3.07s?

I just rechecked my gear rations now that I have some light out, and I do have 3.07s after some spit and scrape cleaning. I was hoping to have the 3.73s at least. I have a 4.0 3 speed auto and with that 3.73s I would not have worried about regearing. now, however, I dont think that going to 33s would be a great idea, and I dont have the money to regear. I am purchasing new tires, and a 3 inch zone lift at the end of the month. I was planning on the 33s, but I am now leaning more towards nice 31s or maybe some 32s, to keep rpms in the right range, and maintain power and mpgs. I have 31x10.5s right now, but If you measure the tires they only measure 29.5 in the front (good tread) and 29 in the rear (low tread) so, Its like im running smaller tires right now anyways. I dont feel slow, and have plenty of speed in 1st and 2nd gear. Its not slow by anymeans, and it is a jeep so I dont race around obviously. I get around 16-17 mpgs right now so i figure if I run 32s I will get around 15 and be a little slower. I almost never run it on the highways so im not worried about running low rpms in 3rd and have trouble with the lock up torque converter kicking in, because I live in the country and most of my driving stays under that speed.

I just wanted some opinions on some people who have run larger tires with the 3.07 gear ratio. I have been reading for a couple hours this morning and have researched the gearing/tires situation quite a bit. I have also use the search function several times and read all the threads that helped. This is my last part of my process looking for an answer, so anyone who can chime in and give me some personal experience would be greatly appreciated

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Anyone at all who can give some insight? Im still looking around the search function but not having much luck

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I put 33's on my 99 TJ for about 2 weeks before I re-geared. I was planning on regearing anyway because I was already running 31's.

My 5 speed 4.0L with 33's was a dog performance wise. I could live with the lackluster acceleration - - that is not a problem for an old guy like me. What I worried about was clutch life. I just KNOW it had to be costing me some clutch skin to get that baby rolling.

With regard to an automatic? I dunno how it would affect it.
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Thanks for the input. I just talked to a guy in PM who had the same as me with an auto and said the acceleration wasnt bad. I have a heck load of power right now with 31s, so I cant imagine that 33s will change it that much. It will be a used pair I put on so they will be wore some already, and I think I am leaning towards 32s instead so I get the flex I want. Thank you
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I have 3.07gears in my 89 but I run a V8 and it doesn't need a lot of RPMs to make power. That would be the biggest factor for me in deciding whether to swap. If you can't get the engine in a range to make power for the type of driving you do then you will be lugging along wasting gas instead of saving. I drive a lot on the highway which is why I haven't been in a hurry to change them. My automatic does not have overdrive so it hasn't bothered me around town. Mine basically idles around in town at only 1100 rpms at 35mph and only hits 2050 at 65 mph. I do have some issues with heat if I lug along at low RPM's in the summertime but I already had a high flow water pump on the motor when it was in my CJ and it helps. I've had a set of axles with 4.10s ready to go in for two years but i'm not very hard on it and most of my offroading is in the sand so whenever it breaks I will swap them out.
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I run 3:07's and 33's, but with a 5speed. 4th grear at 55, is about where 5th gear was stock. So 5th grear only happens on the interstate at 65+mph

Its like driving a stock 4cylinder
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No problems with 35's and the 3.07

Just recently bought a 01 TJ with the auto trans. It has 35" 12.50's and to be honest I was worried about the performance. After driving it around I realized it got up and moved pretty well. Recently I found out it has the 3.07 ratio and I was even more surprised that I was getting about 15 mpg average. Now I realize that I can never effectively tow anything including my fishing boat so at some point in the near future I'm going to regear, but in the mean time I don't feel like I'm driving a gutless pig around the farm either.
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Old 02-13-2011, 05:03 PM   #8
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I have 3:07's, 33's and the 3 speed auto. It's not my daily driver, so I can live with it (for 5 years now) till I get a different rear axle and re-gear.
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3.07 sucked with 31s in my YJ - terrible clutch life, 5th gear was useless. 3.73 and 31s on my TJ is OK with the 3-speed, but not great. With 33s I'd want 4.10 or 4.56, personally.
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I have 32's and 3.07's with 3-speed auto... not terrible, but it does show how much of a dog it is on larger hills.
City driving is tolerable, and still has a little pep... but I'd invest in an auxiliary-external transmission cooler.
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A few years ago I went to 33's and had 3.07 axles.After some searching I found a pair of complete axles from a 4 cyl. For 450.00 and day of swapping I had 4.10 gears for less than a regear.
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I found out my purchase has 3:07 running 35's and I was suprised how well it does until you hit a hill. I also have cold air intake, throttle body and Banks header that probably help as well. Its a 5speed automatic too. I very badly want to throw some 4:88s in it and upgrade the axles but dont have the dough laying around. thinking of selling some guns but its really hard to sell guns when you have them.
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Just recently bought a 01 TJ with the auto trans. It has 35" 12.50's and to be honest I was worried about the performance. After driving it around I realized it got up and moved pretty well. Recently I found out it has the 3.07 ratio and I was even more surprised that I was getting about 15 mpg average. Now I realize that I can never effectively tow anything including my fishing boat so at some point in the near future I'm going to regear, but in the mean time I don't feel like I'm driving a gutless pig around the farm either.
How do you know you are getting 15mpg if the tires and gear ratio dont sync the odometer isnt clocking right.
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I have a 4.0, 5 speed AT, and 3.73's and just put on 33's and I just realized how spoiled I was power wise with my stock tires. I miss that power and being able to let out the clutch and start rolling so ill be putting in 4.56's come march.

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I have 33's. With 3.07. No big deal so far.... If they break then I'll upgrade. Until then I could care less what people think about my wimpy 3.07. It works fine for what I need...

Don't let people with bigger pockets talk you out if it. If they break fix them.. If you think 3.07 sucks replace them.


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How do you know you are getting 15mpg if the tires and gear ratio dont sync the odometer isnt clocking right.
It is just an estimate. I do have a Garmin in it, so I know what percentage my speedo is off...approx. 10%. My original calculation based on just my odometer gave me around 14 mpg. Factoring in the 10% error in speedo I end up somewhere in the neighborhood of 15.5 mpg. That was figured on a 5 hour trip from Las Vegas back home to Ca. Mostly highway I understand, but it is just a rough estimate. I didn't buy my Jeep for the gas mileage, so I'm not going to concern myself much with the mpg's beyond this point.
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Fweaky - yeah thats what I was thinking too. I actually run kind of high rpms when I am on the highway. near 2600 or so. so im thinking larger tires would actually let it run a little lower, which is where it makes more power. I feel good around 1900 rpms

Ohio offroad- thanks, that helps a bit. I think im going to go with 32s if I can find em to save a little, well see. but I can deal with 4cl performance :P

Az thank you also. I would look into the transmission cooler but dont have the money right now, mabye next upgrade I dont run any real long drives so I should be alright.

any everyone else thank you.

Im not worried about my them breaking, I have a d44, and if I could find 3.73s to swap (best in the 3spd auto) or even some 4.10s I would do it, but for right now I need to work with what I got. I will probably look into that stuff once I get a job down this summer and get some cash in. so worst comes to worst, I could regear/swap sometime this summer. but from the sounds of things It will be bearable and not to bad on mpgs to drive with 33s.


Ok TJ Im glad they work well for you, chances are my tires will be closer to 32 from being used so they will be fine.

Inverted I was already reading your one thread where you asked this question from a while back the other day, good reference material. I will definitely regear in the future I just needed to know if I would be able to bear it for the time being. Thank you all
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Az thank you also. I would look into the transmission cooler but dont have the money right now, mabye next upgrade I dont run any real long drives so I should be alright.
Coolers don't cost much, maybe $80.
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I just rechecked my gear rations now that I have some light out, and I do have 3.07s after some spit and scrape cleaning. I was hoping to have the 3.73s at least. I have a 4.0 3 speed auto and with that 3.73s I would not have worried about regearing. now, however, I dont think that going to 33s would be a great idea, and I dont have the money to regear. I am purchasing new tires, and a 3 inch zone lift at the end of the month. I was planning on the 33s, but I am now leaning more towards nice 31s or maybe some 32s, to keep rpms in the right range, and maintain power and mpgs. I have 31x10.5s right now, but If you measure the tires they only measure 29.5 in the front (good tread) and 29 in the rear (low tread) so, Its like im running smaller tires right now anyways. I dont feel slow, and have plenty of speed in 1st and 2nd gear. Its not slow by anymeans, and it is a jeep so I dont race around obviously. I get around 16-17 mpgs right now so i figure if I run 32s I will get around 15 and be a little slower. I almost never run it on the highways so im not worried about running low rpms in 3rd and have trouble with the lock up torque converter kicking in, because I live in the country and most of my driving stays under that speed.

I just wanted some opinions on some people who have run larger tires with the 3.07 gear ratio. I have been reading for a couple hours this morning and have researched the gearing/tires situation quite a bit. I have also use the search function several times and read all the threads that helped. This is my last part of my process looking for an answer, so anyone who can chime in and give me some personal experience would be greatly appreciated
At first I was running 3.07 gears on 31's with 3 speed automatic. It runs fine on flat road but once it goes up hill it would slow down a lot. It was getting kind of annoying and did the following.

Rear D44 with 4.10 gear and disc brakes
Upgraded tires to 33x12.5.15
Change speedometer gear to 35 teeth

Now, I have good pickup speed and more manageable going uphill. My rpm is hovering around 2.9-3k rpm at 70mph.

BTW... stock engine. Hope this gives you some idea.
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Well then it will be the next mod, even sooner

Thanks, but I already have a d44 and like I said dont have the cash to swap or regear right now. did you only do the rear?

I have 31s on now... well what should be 31s . and I have plenty of power, if I use the gas. but I tend to just putt around now to save as much gas as I can. with 33s Im sure Ill just have to use more gas and still be able to go the same speed I do now, just with less mpgs. Im going to keep my eyes open and visit some junk yards this spring for a d44 and d35 front with 3.73s to swap in. few jeeps around here, so it will be hard to find one, but if I do odds are It will still have all the goodies

If all else fails I will stick with 31s until I can regear. I have a feeling the 33s will not be too bad. But like I said I am gona try and find some 32s if I can - used.
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did you only do the rear?
If you want to use 4WD you must regear both axles!

I run 33's on 3:07's and it's fine for flat Indiana... JMO, each person has their own tolerances.

You said you have a D44? On the Jeep now? With 3:07 gears?

And you would either want to keep your D30 in front or put in a D44, never saw a D35 in the front......
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I know you have to do both, thats why I was asking him! hahaha. he just said he threw on a d44 with 4.10 so... I was confused.

sorry I wrote a dumbdumb^ :P d30

yes I do have d44 rear and d30 front with 3.07s according to the tag on the front. I cant read my rear tag.

I want to keep the d44 of course and the 30 up front. I just dont want to go through the trouble finding a new d44 with the right gears and everything, and a matching front. but I guess I have to, unless I regear mine. I want to hold off on my regear til I can add lockers as well, which is why I dont wana do it now.

And I actually already knew you ran 33's with 3.07 and liked it, from reading on another thread but thanks for telling me personally
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Are you sure it's a d44? I've never seen a d44 with 3.07. Does it have a metal or rubber fill plug?
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i have a yj and run 33's with stock 3.07 auto like yourself. and it has plenty of power. its no speed demon by no means and will never be thats what my hotrods are for. but i daily drive it even on the highway almost everyday. now the gasmilage there is more to be desired i get a whole 8mpg but i can run 75 if i need to at only 25000-27000rpm not to bad.
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Yes Im sure, haha. I will show you a pic hold on.
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8! :O holy crap man, that cannot be right hahaha.
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what engine do you have? and do you have your speedo accurate? 8 is like, dreaful
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First ones mine, second one is a nice clean TJ d44. the d35 is more circular and flat.
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First ones mine, second one is a nice clean TJ d44. the d35 is more circular and flat.
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