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Old 04-03-2012, 04:17 PM   #1
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Gearing, 4th and 5th

Got a quick question for you guys,

I have 33 in tires and 3.07 gears with a D30/D35. On the highway, I can't get over 70 mph in 5th, but in 4th i get to 85 mph. I know why, but is it bad for the Jeep to stay in 4th?

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Probably wont hurt anything besides your mileage. Either way, you are overtaxing the rest of your drivetrain. A regear would save you a lot of wear and tare.

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Probably wont hurt anything besides your mileage. Either way, you are overtaxing the rest of your drivetrain. A regear would save you a lot of wear and tare.
thanks. Yeah im working on switching out for a 4cyl d30 0r hpd30 and ford 8.8
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Old 04-03-2012, 08:18 PM   #4
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I did that with 31's and 3.07's for the last year... hardly ever saw 5th..... Just got the 4.56's and 33's in this weekend with a 4" lift... WOW!!! Loving it!!!
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