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Old 06-22-2014, 03:08 AM
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Gearing advice

Hello, I have a 1997 TJ with 33's and stock 3.07 gearing. I want to regear but I can't decide on 4.10 or 4.56 any opinions or experience of your own?? Also I plan on going up to 35's one day as well.

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Old 06-22-2014, 07:03 AM   #2
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Stick or Auto ? Go 4:88. I went 4:56 and regret it ..

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It's a stick and 4.0 that low? How is your RPM on the highway? Thanks!
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It's a stick and 4.0 that low? How is your RPM on the highway? Thanks!
I have the 4 spd auto. The overdrive is way too tall however it does do well on easy grades with the 4:56. at 65 in OD its about 2200 rpm with 35's.
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here is a link to compare gearing.... it can be used to compare two setups side-by-side. With this you can compare the gearing from stock to how it would be with numerous variables. It will show you real numbers and not opinions or guessing.

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