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|05-13-2008 05:59 PM|
Cool, thanks for the guidance!!! I have a requirement to stay at my 2" lift and 31's...the other half has dictated no higher
But I've been contemplating getting Rubicon axles for front and rear so if I did that, then I'd get them with 4.10's.....
|05-13-2008 05:07 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||A 3.07 ratio generally makes a Jeep a real dog. Regearing is a commonly done thing that can completely transform a Jeep once bigger tires are added. However, at the $1200-1300 it typically costs, you don't want to spend the $$$ until you're at a tire size that you think you'll be staying at for a while. For 31" tires, I don't think I'd regear yet. But if you get tires bigger than that, then it's time to regear to a lower ratio. Auto trannies are far more forgiving of mismatched tires sizes and ratios so if you're fortunate enough to have an auto, that will help.|
|05-13-2008 04:53 PM|
|simplybao||SWEET! Thanks for all the responses. So now my question is, I see alot of people re-gearing to 4.10 and higher. Is it worth it for me to re-gear? I may be just mis-informed but isn't a 3.07 not very desireable?|
|05-13-2008 04:19 PM|
|Jerry Bransford||Yep, a 27 tooth is what you want and the tag confirms you're running 3.07 axles.|
|05-13-2008 04:16 PM|
|Todd4a||Looks like a 3.07 to me.|
|05-13-2008 03:58 PM|
Help with gear ratio and speedo gears..
I think that I have 3.07 gears but am not sure. Here's a link to the tag that is on the front differential cover.
Assuming that I have 3.07 gears which speedo gear do I need to get? I'm running 31x10.5 BFG's. Based on
It looks like I need part number 52067627 i.e. 27 teeth
This is the tag on then diff cover: