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07-11-2012 01:16 PM
Originally Posted by Yoshiltz View Post
Thanks, I will definitely be referring to that from time to time. Now all I gotta do is drop that nasty body lift and add a touch of susp.
Another link.

Gear Ratio Calculator
07-11-2012 08:12 AM
Yoshiltz Thanks, I will definitely be referring to that from time to time. Now all I gotta do is drop that nasty body lift and add a touch of susp.
07-11-2012 07:43 AM
Originally Posted by jefferyfghezzi View Post
07-11-2012 07:24 AM
Yoshiltz Yeah um......
07-09-2012 06:29 PM
jefferyfghezzi Opps
07-09-2012 06:28 PM
jefferyfghezzi Gear Ratio & Tire Size Chart

Good "rule of thumb" calculation is to mutiply .12 by your tire diameter. (.12 X 38" = 4.56)
(see more formulas at bottom of page)
The below table can be used to get a rough idea on gear ratios. The colors represent ideal RPM's at highway speeds (65). For highway cruising and best fuel economy stay towards the yellow (2600 rpm), around town daily driving is color coded green (2800 rpm), and for better towing power or just more 4-low power use the ratios near the red (3100 rpm). These calculations are assuming a manual transmission with a 1:1 ratio. If you drive an automatic your RPMs will be slightly higher, and the opposite is true if you have overdrive (your RPMs will be slightly lower).

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Gear RatioT

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07-09-2012 06:24 PM
jefferyfghezzi Hope this works

Crawl Ratio

P-Metric to Inch Diameter

Tire Change (find new gear ratio)

Speedometer Adjuster (with oversize tires)
(New Tire Diameter / Old Tire Diameter) * Speedometer MPH = Actual MPH Simple Gear Ratio Formula
Ring Gear Teeth Count / Pinion Gear Teeth = Gear Ratio
07-09-2012 05:55 PM
stritt45 Go with 4.10s......
07-09-2012 05:12 PM
need a link please

OK, what I have is an 01 TJ, 4.0, 3sp auto sitting on 32-11.5's, 8" wheels with the stock axles and gears. I may or may not upgrade the axles. I don't do any hardcore offroading just an occasional trail ride so I may just wait till I have a failure before I replace 'em. What I'm interested in for the time being is re-gearing what I have now because its a total dog on the street. I expect to stay with 32-33" tires for the life of my Jeep. Can someone post a link or some info for the recommended gearing.

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