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yj87ben
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Jeep Information

Year:1993

Model:Wrangler YJ S

Engine:2.5L

Transmission:AX5

Transfer Case:NP231

Front Axle:Dana 30 + ARB equipped

Rear Axle:Ford 8.8 + ARB equipped

Axle Gear Ratio:4.56:1

Suspension:SOA Stock springs

Tires:34/9.50X15 Super Swampers, Narrow S.S.

Wheels:Unique Wheels 15X7 Custom Offset

Armor:Smittybilt SRC Fr bumper, Nates Rr bumper, Warn rock slides

Recovery Gear:Warn 8274, ARB straps

Accessories:210 York compressor, air tank, Flex-a-lite Wrangler X-treme electric fan, Lots of stuff

Future Modifications:Turbo Diesel


It's never finished, until I sell it and start over.

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BGarth13
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12-10-2011, 12:40 PM
Perfect!
I'm in love with your Jeep! IMO that is what they are supposed to look like


AmmitOsiris

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12-10-2011, 09:38 PM
What are the specs of your jeep??


jeeper1987
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12-11-2011, 04:29 PM
How'd you mount your jack


yj87ben
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12-11-2011, 10:08 PM
Thanks guys, what "specs" are you interested? The jack is mounted to the tire swing with a 1/2" fine thread nut & bolt.


AmmitOsiris

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12-11-2011, 10:27 PM
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Originally Posted by yj87ben
Thanks guys, what "specs" are you interested? The jack is mounted to the tire swing with a 1/2" fine thread nut & bolt.
Lift/tire size engine and whatever else is interesting.


yj87ben
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12-11-2011, 10:52 PM
Well, the lift is SOA with stock five leaf springs. The tires(I love them)are Interco Super swampers SS 34"/9.50"X15s all five on Unquie 15X7 wheels. The engine is basically stock 2.5. It has a Poweraid throttle body spacer, Turbo City Rock-It parts Air Tube Intake. Got rid of the mechanical fan for a Flex-a-Lite # 485 electric fan. A lot of this stuff is in the Jeep profile. I can say it's constantly evolving. In the next few months, I'll be changing things alot.


BGarth13
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12-13-2011, 02:31 PM
Gears
How are the 4.56 with 34's? Would a 4.10 work? I've been looking at those exact tires since I bought my Jeep. Its great to see an example, now I know I have to get them!


yj87ben
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12-13-2011, 06:46 PM
Gears are a can of worms. I did a lot of research before selecting the 4.56:1 gear ratio. As long as I have a Dana 30 in the front, I'm not going any stiffer. Selecting gears have a lot to do with engine size, transmission type, axle type and tire size.
4.56:1 ratio works great for the current set-up I have. 2.5L, 5 speed, NP231, Ford 8.8 rear, Dana 30 front, ARBs fr & rr and the Swampers.
A lot of the members have argued, that 4.88s are the only wat to go. I feel there is a stength issue with the 4.88s in a Dana 30. The pinion gear is real tiny.

You ask about 4.10s, Only if you have 4.0L and a automatic. I have a 4.2L w/automatic in my postal YJ. I run 4.10:1 w/ARBs in it.


BGarth13
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12-14-2011, 01:00 AM
OK. Thanks for the info. I've got a 92 Sahara with the 4.0 HO and a 5 speed. Right now the diffs are stock, so I know some mods will have to be done (like ditch the 35). Its my winter DD, so I'll be looking to acquire some axles and rebuild/upgrade and set up for the SOA in the spring when I can get back on two wheels







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