What gears do you recommend?
I am running 33's on my 01 TJ 4.0 automatic. Right now it has the stock 3.07 gears and it's a real dog on hills etc. Anyone have a recommendation for gearing? I do a lot of highway driving so I don't want to go too high. I was thinking 4.10's would be best but I'm not sure.
I have the same setup and like my 4.10's they are good for highway driving also.
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4.0 auto, 8.8 rear with detroit locker, 4.10's and 33x 12.50's
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Either way, for off roading, I would (I did) add chrome moly axles! Many here will tell you "don't put any money in a D35 rear axle" but it depends on how/where you drive.
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It ran 3,200 RPM at 70 MPH.
The RPM formula (or an RPM calculator) will tell you 3,064 RPM, however the actual RPM is slightly higher due to most 35" tires being shorter than 35" and there is a little drivetrain loss.
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