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On a 2015 Jeep Rubicon Unlimited what would the desired ratio be for a mostly
road used and toad vehicle?
I am new to this stuff.
Thanks, Kev
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Unless your #1 concern is fuel economy, towing alone justifies the 4.10.

Besides very few owners complain about their gear ratio being too high numerically (low gearing) and changing gear ratios is expensive and requires break-in.
 

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I have 4.10 with auto in my 14 and if given a choice would definitely get 4.10's. Even if never going larger in tire size as the sweet spot is about 75mph on the highway.
 

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If you are not planning on re-gearing then 4.10. If the re-gear is in your future then 3.73, no point in paying extra for something you are going to swap out.
 

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I don't think it's worth the money for a couple hundred RPM , stock ratio gears are real expensive also
VS. After market..
 

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I don't think it's worth the money for a couple hundred RPM , stock ratio gears are real expensive also
VS. After market..
unless you order them when buying...
 

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Thanks for the input I ordered the 4.10 ratio but wanted verification it was the right choice.
 

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Some and sand dunes too, we have a couple of Sportsmans and a RZR. I retire in June and want to travel with a toad behind the moho. What could be better than a Rubicon for some off road capability and grocery getter!:iamhappy:
 

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note the eco indicator is on.
 

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Dang... only 7? I thought I was cold at 35 this morning.
I do not miss my days in North Dakota working on the flight line at -65 windchills
 

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what year is your jeep? I ask because your gauges look different than what's in my 2015. You also have that green color, mines more a light blue.
2014
 
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