|08-16-2010 06:33 PM|
|TDCoffee||So if I am reading the ratio chart correctly, then if I am moving from my stock 29's to 32's on my JK (which has 3.73 gear ratio currently then I will want to regear to 4.11? Does the yellow "better gas milage" mean sluggish acceleration or loss of off road power?|
|07-24-2010 12:53 AM|
Also please take the time to fill out your jeep profile so members can better help you with future questions you may have.
|07-24-2010 12:50 AM|
|leeejone||I'm ignorant, and fixing it daily.|
|07-21-2010 09:26 AM|
AWSOME info, IG!!!
I've been wondering how to figure it out, but afraid to ask, myself.
Thanks for taking the lead on that one, Leeejone.
|07-21-2010 09:19 AM|
|InfernoGirl||Look on the rear axle at about the 10 o'clock position there should be a metal tag with some numbers embossed in it. the last 3 #'s are your gears. You'll need to wipe it off, and they won't be easy to read, but with a flashlight and maybe a magnifying glass (I'm blind) you can do it...|
|07-20-2010 11:53 PM|
|leeejone||The calculator needs to know your gearing... I've got a 95 Wrangler with the 2.5L ... anyone have any ideas what my gear ratio might be?|
|07-18-2010 10:24 AM|
|darin.1701||this is great. thank you|
|07-18-2010 08:55 AM|
Tire Size comparison calculator
Changing tire sized effects more than simply how high your butt is off the ground.
Here are some simple but important calculators that will show you the various differences in performance that you MIGHT wish to take into consideration when planning for new rubber.
Be sure to look at the various tabs which will show you different types of calculators.
Jeep Ratio Calculators