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04-25-2013 06:20 AM
OffRoadCam09 First thing is first get the tires an drive the jeep for awhile with the 3.21's an see how you like it. If you feel you want a regear depending on if you plan on goin bigger then 35's an what you wheel if you do it could be between 4.10's, 4.56's, an 4.88's. Also if you do wheel its a good idea to gusset an sleeve your axles. Other then that you should be fine
04-24-2013 10:04 PM
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2.5in and 35's?

Hey guys I just purchased a 2013 sahara. It's coming in soon and I'm wanting to lift it 2.5 and put 35s on it.. It comes with 3.21 gear ratio which ik will be slow starting up but Ill be regearing soon after. What I want to know is exactly what do I need to have done to be able to run 35s and what should I regear to? 4.88?

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