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Old 02-04-2009, 07:17 PM
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Question Whats in it

I have a 95 wrangler Rio Grande. Im trying to figure out what rear and front diffs i have. And also what transfer case i have. If anyone could help that would be great.

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Providing your stock and with the 4 cyl

Dana 30 Front
Dana 35 Rear
4.10 gear ratio
NP231 Transfer Case

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Yep, All Rios are 4cyl.
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Providing your stock and with the 4 cyl

Dana 30 Front
Dana 35 Rear
4.10 gear ratio
NP231 Transfer Case

Is this a fairly decent set-up ?

Also what tranny would this have?
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you tell us, if its manual its the ax5, which will be a weak link, especially with bigger tires. the gears are the best part. and the t case is the same as all later model yj's, and even tj's.
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If it's an auto:
Chrysler TF-999 3sp Auto

If it's a manual:
Aisin Warner AX-5

And I told you 4.10 gear ratio... Let me correct that 4.11 lol I was off by a testical hair.
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The tranny was just rebuilt, i plan on running 32x12.50's on it. Do you guys think that will be a reliable DD setup?

Its the 5 speed AX-5
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you'll be fine with probably up to 35s. anything bigger you'll probably break
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The tranny was just rebuilt, i plan on running 32x12.50's on it. Do you guys think that will be a reliable DD setup?

Its the 5 speed AX-5
Should be okay with that. Power will go a bit south with the larger tires, but it will still get ya there.. just a little slower.
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Okay. The less speed will keep me out of trouble =]. haha.
Thanks for the help guys.
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If i were to have a new Ring and pinion put in my rear diff, would it be worth it to go with 4.88's ??
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If you do it to the rear, you need to do the front too or your 4wd will be jacked. I hear 4.88s are great if you plan on running 32s-33s.
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4:88 pinion in a d30 looks like a walnut.....dont go lower than 4:56 if you wheel at all or you will be eating pinions
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rgr. Thanks guys.
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Is there actually that big of a difference between a 4.10 and a 4.56 ratio? I know mathmaticaly, but has anyone been able to compare with the same tires, jeep, etc?
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Is there actually that big of a difference between a 4.10 and a 4.56 ratio? I know mathmaticaly, but has anyone been able to compare with the same tires, jeep, etc?
no, the difference is not very noticeable, and not worth spending money to make such a small difference.
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What did that guy mean 4.88 pinion in a d30 would look like a walnut?
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Are you asking what part the pinion is in the whole mix?

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