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regear on 32's?

hello guys. i got a stock geared 99 tj. im putting on a 2" skyjacker lift and planning on putting in 32x11.5 interco TSL tires. would you recommend a regear? to what?

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With your 3.07s it'd be an idea. Just find a set of axles off a 4 cylinder TJ. Easiest way to get a set of 4.10s under your rig
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ok, sounds good. I got the 4.0L So 4.1's will do the trick? I was thinking on possibly buying some 4.88 but I guess that would be overkill right?
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ok, sounds good. I got the 4.0L So 4.1's will do the trick? I was thinking on possibly buying some 4.88 but I guess that would be overkill right?
4.88 would be good for 33's. Just add 1"BL and bumpstops to your 2" lift.


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4.88 would be good for 33's. Just add 1"BL and bumpstops to your 2" lift.


Thats if he had the auto. He has the manual so 4:56's would be perfect for 33's.

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Yeah 4.88s would be over kill for 32s
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Oh for 32's? If you are dead set on sticking to that tire size then go with 4:10's. Like someone else said find some axles from a 4cyl and swap those. I would not spend the money to regear for such a small tire size. You could also throw on a body lift and get 33's and then regear.

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4.10's will do the trick for a 3spd auto on 32's, with a 5spd manual, 4.56-4.88 would be in the ball park.

the 4spd auto does it's best work with 4.88's on 32-33's .69 OD ratio.

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Oh for 32's? If you are dead set on sticking to that tire size then go with 4:10's. Like someone else said find some axles from a 4cyl and swap those. I would not spend the money to regear for such a small tire size. You could also throw on a body lift and get 33's and then regear.
swampers tend to run larger, so a "32 is more fo a "33


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hello guys. i got a stock geared 99 tj. im putting on a 2" skyjacker lift and planning on putting in 32x11.5 interco TSL tires. would you recommend a regear? to what?
i was looking on interco website and it doesnt look like they make a 32x11.5 TSL, i see a 32x9.5


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Oh, my bad, I guess I misread it somehow! You are correct, I am looking for the 32x9.5 I know these will decrease my mileage, but the 33's will do so even more! So since its my daily driver I'll just do the 32's and look for a 4cyl axle from a scrap yard or something! Thanks!
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Oh wait, I think I was looking at the TSL SX, they got 32x11.5. But for a compromise (better mileage) I should probably get the 32x9.5's
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Oh wait, I think I was looking at the TSL SX, they got 32x11.5. But for a compromise (better mileage) I should probably get the 32x9.5's
thats there not gonna be much if any difference in milage between a 9.5 or 11.5, your talking about swampers any way, they are in their own seperate class. your are looking at radius right, and not the bias


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I have 32" BFG's with 3.07's and its not bad at all. It suffers somewhat on the highway, but it's fine for me. I get 17.5 mpg, but if i were going to a higher gear, i would not be able to keep that milage.

If it's your DD, i would recommend buying the tires and running them for a while till you know what you need.

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