I think gearing has a lot to do with what you want to do with your Jeep and the type of off-roading, or not, that you do. For your use as a DD, maybe you don't need to regear...it's that simple. But, say you like to rock crawl, like I do, then you want a better "crawl ratio" that allows you to drive extremely slow and yet maintain engine control in a reasonable rpm range. Then going to a higher gear ratio would help. Some people who live in very mountainous areas need higher gearing to drive the hills and mountains, then a regear would help. So, it really depends on what you want to do IMO.
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