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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:42 PM   #16
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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.
no worries im clueless to all this stuff I just want to know the best package to buy to get it done where all I need to do is pay for labor somewhere.

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Unread 05-16-2013, 01:58 PM   #17
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is tyhat front and rear? with carrier? What is nitros do I need that?
Yes, that is front and rear. Sounds like you need the carrier too since you have the 3.21's. The Nitro's is a brand of gear we have to run instead of the Yukons if you go to the 4.56's. Yukon does not have a 4.56. The Nitro's are a bit more so that is why we have to add in the $120.00.

So, 4.56 Nitro's, with carrier and master install kit your at $794.99 shipped.

You COULD even step up to the 4.88's and save the $120.00.

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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?
No I sure dont. We can supply the gears for you and it would not be to hard to find a shop to do the install for you. Let me know if we can help in anyway.

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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:00 PM   #18
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Why not get a new axle from a 4banger if you get it from a Cherokee it will have a HP 30 front.
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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:01 PM   #19
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And Yukon has 456. That's what I have on my Tj
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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:03 PM   #20
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4.88 is just way too high to be recommending unless he plans on little highway driving and wants a pretty much offroad dedicated rig.

OP, what do you do? How much experience do you have with jeeps/offroading? What is your goal with this Jeep? We need put together a plan here or you guys are gonna talk him into 40's and an Atlas transfer case.....
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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:07 PM   #21
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4.88 is just way too high to be recommending unless he plans on little highway driving and wants a pretty much offroad dedicated rig.

OP, what do you do? How much experience do you have with jeeps/offroading? What is your goal with this Jeep? We need put together a plan here or you guys are gonna talk him into 40's and an Atlas transfer case.....
dont do alot of offraoding I love taking it to the beach I just want to pop 35's on it and start hitting the trails as well with all the armor I put on this think its getting sluggish so I want to have 35's and regain some of the lost power.
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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:09 PM   #22
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I read through the app won't show do you have a Tj or jk? Auto manual? All the gearing depends on that.
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Why not get a new axle from a 4banger if you get it from a Cherokee it will have a HP 30 front.
Because then he'd have an HP 30 cherokee front axle on the front of his JK.

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Again didn't show on the app. And the Cherokee isnt as wide as the jks so he won't have the bent tube issue jks fronts have been known for.

Or sleeve it
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Again didn't show on the app. And the Cherokee isnt as wide as the jks so he won't have the bent tube issue jks fronts have been known for.

Or sleeve it


he also wouldn't have the 5 on 5 bolt pattern JK's are known for-or the ability to turn left or right.

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he also wouldn't have the 5 on 5 bolt pattern JK's are known for-or the ability to turn left or right.

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wait I like to turn left and right...
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As you are new to this...my recommendation is to network with a local Jeep club....these forums are a fantastic resource with a lot of great people....but you simply cannot beat a first hand experience when making tough (and expensive) decisions. Meet up with some knowledgeable people in your area and see what they are running...ride along or (gasp) drive one of their rigs to get a feel for the different combos.
I'd just hate to see you sink a bunch of money into something and be unhappy with the results.
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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:24 PM   #28
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As you are new to this...my recommendation is to network with a local Jeep club....these forums are a fantastic resource with a lot of great people....but you simply cannot beat a first hand experience when making tough (and expensive) decisions. Meet up with some knowledgeable people in your area and see what they are running...ride along or (gasp) drive one of their rigs to get a feel for the different combos.
I'd just hate to see you sink a bunch of money into something and be unhappy with the results.
that sounds like a great idea.
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Unread 05-16-2013, 02:31 PM   #29
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Heres a forum link to a Houston area thread....over a thousand pages, so it seems pretty active. Read the last couple pages and they seem like great guys. Maybe post there about meeting up with some guys.

http://www.jeepforum.com/forum/f348/...ogether-56825/
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As you are new to this...my recommendation is to network with a local Jeep club....these forums are a fantastic resource with a lot of great people....but you simply cannot beat a first hand experience when making tough (and expensive) decisions. Meet up with some knowledgeable people in your area and see what they are running...ride along or (gasp) drive one of their rigs to get a feel for the different combos.
I'd just hate to see you sink a bunch of money into something and be unhappy with the results.
They would also know who the capable installers are (lots of places will say they can do it, but only a handful are really good at it).
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