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Unread 05-16-2013, 12:54 PM   #1
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Regearing to 4.10

I hava a Sport S ant to regear to 4.10 what is everything I will need so it will go smoothly?

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Unread 05-16-2013, 12:56 PM   #2
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Unread 05-16-2013, 12:58 PM   #3
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I hava a Sport S ant to regear to 4.10 what is everything I will need so it will go smoothly?
Most people would recommend 4.56, if you are going to regear an auto 5 speed. It works very well with 33's and is comfortable with 35's.
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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:00 PM   #5
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Most people would recommend 4.56, if you are going to regear an auto 5 speed. It works very well with 33's and is comfortable with 35's.
what ever works for when I go to 35's
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No matter the gear ratio the question almost looked like the OP is thinking of doing this himself. Please don't lol take it somewhere. Need to order the Ring and Pinion sets and the Master Install Kits and find a good shop and set aside a good chunk of money. The cost is why most people skip 4.10 if they didn't start there. AEV ProCal isn't a bad idea either to fix your settings.
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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:06 PM   #7
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No matter the gear ratio the question almost looked like the OP is thinking of doing this himself. Please don't lol take it somewhere. Need to order the Ring and Pinion sets and the Master Install Kits and find a good shop and set aside a good chunk of money. The cost is why most people skip 4.10 if they didn't start there. AEV ProCal isn't a bad idea either to fix your settings.
no way I was going to do it my self I just prefer to buy the parts want to knwo everything that will be needed just so the mechnic does not walk out with some strange device and say I need this and it will be $5,000
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I say go higher that the 4.10's as well. Do you know what gears you have now? If they are the stock 3.21's you will need a carrier for the front.

Here, this is our Yukon gear packages with Master install kits. Make sure you get the masters no matter what you do. They come with the bearings that need to be replaced as well.
http://www.krawloff-road.com/product_p/gearmaster.htm

That is everything for front and rear minus the carrier if you need it... and fluid!

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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:22 PM   #9
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I say go higher that the 4.10's as well. Do you know what gears you have now? If they are the stock 3.21's you will need a carrier for the front.

Here, this is our Yukon gear packages with Master install kits. Make sure you get the masters no matter what you do. They come with the bearings that need to be replaced as well.
http://www.krawloff-road.com/product_p/gearmaster.htm

That is everything for front and rear minus the carrier if you need it... and fluid!

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is tyhat front and rear? with carrier? What is nitros do I need that?
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Heres the gear chart for the 2012. 4.10 would be perfect, if you were to stay at 33"s. Unless you plan on lots of rock crawling/serious offroading, going higher than 4.10 with 33's is going to leave you a little rough for highway travel. However, if you do plan on 35's, then the 4.56 is a option..


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im on 33's with 3.21's now I want to go 35's eventualy. I do notice is seams to not be as perky fron when it was stock I think adding all that iron may have made it a bit sluggish
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If 35's is the goal, go the 4.56....it'll run at a higher rpm on the highway, but you'll get that uuumph back and do far less gear surfing under load.
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I say go higher that the 4.10's as well. Do you know what gears you have now? If they are the stock 3.21's you will need a carrier for the front.

Here, this is our Yukon gear packages with Master install kits. Make sure you get the masters no matter what you do. They come with the bearings that need to be replaced as well.
http://www.krawloff-road.com/product_p/gearmaster.htm

That is everything for front and rear minus the carrier if you need it... and fluid!

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He has an auto, which is 3.73 geared. No carrier needed. Does your company have a list of "suggested" installers for different cities?
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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:38 PM   #14
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He has an auto, which is 3.73 geared. No carrier needed. Does your company have a list of "suggested" installers for different cities?
I have an auto with 3.21 gears
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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:40 PM   #15
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I have an auto with 3.21 gears
Wow. When I was specking out new JK's, the jeep site automatically changed the gearing to 3.73, when I chose automatic.

I apologize for adding erroneous info to the discussion.
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