Originally Posted by ibjeepin95
I have 33"s and have run then on 4.11s and now, after regearing, 4.56s.
The mileage didn't change much and it runs better, without a lot of downshifting. Surprising thing is when I run the second set of wheels( 31"s) , the mileage stays the same and it's a lot more fun to drive...as long as I keep my foot out of it.
4.0s like running between 2200-2600 RPMs.
If you plan on keeping and building it, when time and money are available, you will be a lot happier with 4.56s.
2001 Sport, 4" lift, 33 X 10.50 KOs, R.E. DB, R.E.-UCA, JKS-LCA, ACOS, 8.25-4.56-TruTrac, SYE, D-30 E-locker w/alloy shafts, Hidden M8000 winch, Vanco front and ZJ rear disc brakes, Lots of armor, Towing baseplate. http://www.flickr.com/photos/lwade/c...7603770130683/