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2.5l regear - a question for those who have done it

I'm planning to regear the TJ - I have a TJ dana 44 that I'm going to be putting underneath it as well - my question for those with the 2.5l is this - with 33's I'm concerned with going to 4.88's. How does the jeep handle driving the highway at 3000rpm for long periods of time?

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when i had my auto i would drive to and from Tuttle Creek ORV at 3K+rpm for 3.5 hours one way. granted that is with the 4.0L, but still. you will be fine, plus you have an overdrive.

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