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Unread 05-13-2009, 06:29 AM   #1
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What gear ratio comes factory in a 95 yj with 4cyl and auto tranny?

I just bought a 95 yj with an automatic tranny and 4 banger. (dont laugh) for the misses to drive! I am just curious as to what the factory gear ratio is in the rears... the jeep has absolutely no power at all. Thanks

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Unread 05-13-2009, 06:33 AM   #2
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What are the specs on the rig???
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The jeep has 4" suspension lift 2" body lift had 35's but i downsized to 33's the auto tranny is nice for ease of driving but really doesnt put alot of power to the rear wheels i was hoping that upgrading to a 4:11 ratio would help just for crusing around
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The jeep has 4" suspension lift 2" body lift had 35's but i downsized to 33's the auto tranny is nice for ease of driving but really doesnt put alot of power to the rear wheels i was hoping that upgrading to a 4:11 ratio would help just for crusing around
WIth 33's and an auto you need to go lower than 4.10's.
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Unread 05-13-2009, 07:41 AM   #5
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What would you recomend 4:88's or 4:56's I have got a line on some 4:10 rears for cheaper than i can buy one gear setup for... and i just figured that they would get me around better for some summer cruising. I know that unless i go lower it wont ever be a powerhouse but it will be better than i am setup right now.
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What would you recomend 4:88's or 4:56's I have got a line on some 4:10 rears for cheaper than i can buy one gear setup for... and i just figured that they would get me around better for some summer cruising. I know that unless i go lower it wont ever be a powerhouse but it will be better than i am setup right now.
Before you do anything, I would physically confirm what gears you have. Either by looking and counting the teeth or finding the tag.
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