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Unread 10-16-2013, 11:41 AM   #1
kbranch
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4.6 Stroker, 33s, 4.56 gears Ok for a DD?

I am looking to rehab my 89 YJ auto, TF999, NP231, with a 4.6 Golen stroker. I have 4.56 gears installed and want to go down to 33's from 35's for aesthetic reasons. Will this gearing with 33s and the TF999 be ok for a DD with occasional trailer towing? Or should I look at a th400 or th700r4 trans both with OD to help my ratios. Any help would be much appreciated!

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