|04-08-2012 06:00 AM|
|04-06-2012 05:39 PM|
|saxy_k||I have my 4.10 take-offs from my 2011 rubi that I will let go for dirt cheap. I upgraded to 5.13s shortly after purchase.|
|04-06-2012 02:57 PM|
|XJ Knight||A fair price for regearing no matter the brand of gear is 1200 bucks give or take a few hundred dollars.. 900 bucks is on the cheap end.. around 1700 bucks is the highest you should pay. Anything over 1700 dollars is to much|
|04-06-2012 03:57 AM|
|Rick8240||Thanks a bunch, where should my cost be, if I go with Yukon|
|04-05-2012 09:42 PM|
IMO, Yukon makes the quietest (and best) gears for the JK, but Alloy USA, Superior and USA Standard are all pretty close (most are made by CHA Industries, so they're very similar).
You need to find a shop that has experience with gears, and have them order master kits for front and rear. Don't buy the gears yourself. If they order them, it keeps the mfr warranty and the shop's warranty intact, in case something goes belly up.
|04-05-2012 09:37 PM|
|04-05-2012 09:25 PM|
|Rick8240||may I chime in on this, Iam also looking to regear, Iam runnng 35's with a 3" lift and I added a pumper, I have a 2009 jk auto 3.8 stock gears are 3.73, dana 44 in rear and dana 30 n front,would love to regear to get back some of my performance, Gas mph, strain on tranny ect, where should I look to be gearwise, and what are the best gears,|
|04-05-2012 08:37 PM|
|04-05-2012 05:52 PM|
|appleman46||Rear axle ratio is 3.73. Is that what it would be? 3.73?|
|04-05-2012 05:40 PM|
|XJ Knight||I expect it should be..|
|04-05-2012 05:36 PM|
|appleman46||Would it be on the sheet that's taped in the windows at the dealers? I still have that sitting around, I can have the Mrs. round it up.|
|04-05-2012 05:34 PM|
If you ever want to find out your gearing.. There is a email contact on Jeep.com that you can put in your vin and some info and put request a build sheet in reason for email/comment box.. Then they will send you a buid sheet with all your jeeps stock info including gearing
|04-05-2012 05:27 PM|
rgr that! thanks! I'll just stay with my 33's. lol
It's a 2011, I'm actually not sure about the gears........I'm not even in the country to find out, any way of finding out? lol...I'm not savy when it comes to vehicles.
|04-05-2012 05:26 PM|
What year is your Jeep and what gears do you have?
|04-05-2012 05:22 PM|
|04-05-2012 05:14 PM|
|appleman46||Would you say re-gearing is more of an issue for manuals as opposed to automatics? I would like 35" tires but don't want to regear and I drive an auto. With a 2.5" lift, do you feel like I need to regear? Keep in mind, I don't do any offroading.|
|04-05-2012 09:39 AM|
|Preston777||No I like getting the input from others that's why I post this stuff up. Guess when I actually think about it more it does make sense to just wait for when I move to 35s.|
|04-04-2012 11:04 PM|
Do what you think will best suit your build. I just threw out my advice for consideration.
|04-04-2012 10:55 PM|
|Preston777||Thanks for all the input guys, I might just take your advice and wait to regear until 35's. that or just put the gears at the very bottom of the mod list|
|04-04-2012 10:39 PM|
By the way, if you wanted 4.56, 4.88 or 5.13, those are also available through them.
|04-04-2012 10:34 PM|
I have a 2012 JKU auto with 33's and I regeared from 3.21 to 4:10's. I feel the gearing is perfectI purchase from these guys. http://www.justdifferentials.com/ind...=22_35_116_464
Way cheaper then the dealer and were the only ones that offered Dana spicer ring an pinion in 4.10 that I could find.
|04-04-2012 10:29 PM|
Let me see if I've got this straight: You've got a 3.6L, you're gonna run 33" tires, and you wanna spend +/– $1500 to go from 3.21 gears to 4.10's?
If that's the case, you're wasting your $$. First off, I'm running 3.73's in my rig with 35" tires and a crapload of extra weight from bumpers, armor, etc, and my power is just BARELY inadequate in 6th gear. For 33's and 3.21 gears, you're not gonna see much change from the stock 32" tires, especially if you're going with smaller rims than stock.
Second, I'm not even sure you'll be able to find 4.10 gears for the JK other than thru Mopar, who will fleece you like a blind man at the currency exchange for parts, not to mention the install, which you'll probably have to have done at the dealership. I wouldn't be surprised if it cost well in excess of $2K to have them do it. I'm really not sure about this part...haven't heard of too many peeps wanting to go from 3.21 to 4.10, quite frankly.
Here's my advice: Before you blow a pile of $$ on gears, install your lift, tires, wheels, etc and drive the Jeep like that for awhile. I'm pretty sure you won't feel the need to regear afterwards. Unless you move to the Alps.
Is it possible that you might, at some point in the future, decide to run 35" tires? If so, save the regearing for then. That way, you'll at least be able to go to an acceptable aftermarket gearset that is readily available and can be installed by a reputable gear shop.
That's my thinking on it, anyway. In the end, it's your $$.
|04-04-2012 10:26 PM|
|04-04-2012 10:20 PM|
|ShaunWV||I agree, 4.10's are a waste. I run 5.13's with 33's with my 3.8 auto, and it is right on.|
|04-04-2012 10:14 PM|
Ah Ef it..... Drop in D-60's and go lower.
Have a spare set of tires on hand
|04-04-2012 10:09 PM|
|04-04-2012 08:38 PM|
|04-04-2012 08:30 PM|
You should have the shop that's gonna do the gear change buy them...that way, you'll be covered by both the gear mfr's and the shop's warranty.
Order master kits for both axles, in case the mechanic trashes something during removal of your original gears (very common for the pinion nut to get trashed).
Find a shop that's done a lot of 4x4 gear changes. For parts and install, it should run you +/– $1500. The Jeep dealer is usually not a good bet.
|04-04-2012 08:26 PM|
|04-04-2012 08:04 PM|
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