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steelcurtainz
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Salem

Jeep Information

Year:95

Model:YJ

Engine:2.5L

Transmission:ax-5

Transfer Case:np231

Front Axle:D30

Rear Axle:D35

Axle Gear Ratio:4.11's

Suspension:4in Rough Country

Tires:33x12.5x15 Wrangler Duratracs

Wheels:15x8 Mickey Thompson Pro Classic II

Future Modifications:Front Homemade Stinger


Here she is, my little money pit!

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hguzmanjr

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05-15-2012, 12:17 PM
Looks super clean! Good job How does your jeep push those 33's w/ stock gears and axles? I've been thinking about putting 33's on mine but I'm a little hesitant. I've read so many different reviews and really can't decide.


steelcurtainz
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05-17-2012, 12:28 PM
Thanks, really appreciate the comment! Honestly I've had no trouble running 33s on stock axels and gearing. The only major issue is getting up to interstate speed on the on-ramp. I do wish I would have held out and bought a yj with a 4.0 just incase one day I get pretty salty and configure a set-up for 35's... Guess in the mean time I can only dream...







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