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    Regearing

    So I am new to Jeeps. I recently bought a 1995 Jeep Wrangler. I has the 2.5 liter engine with the 5-speed manual transmission. The previous owner had lifted it with a 4" kit and installed 33" tires. It doesn't have a whole lot of power as I am going down the road and especially up hills. The differential tags say it has 4:10 gearing and I am considering have it re-geared to 4:88 to get it into a higher rpm range. I'm hoping this gets me into a power range I can live with.

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    regear video

    Hello all, Just a great Vid on choosing the right gearing to make your rig behave as Engineers intended.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ4fun View Post
    Hello all, Just a great Vid on choosing the right gearing to make your rig behave as Engineers intended.
    According to this guy, I should run a gear ratio of 4.27 when I go to 37" tires. Hmm....seems a bit off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TJ4fun View Post
    Hello all, Just a great Vid on choosing the right gearing to make your rig behave as Engineers intended.
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    Link removed. Please don't direct traffic to YouTube channels as it's a violation to the forum rules.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GraniteCrystal View Post
    According to this guy, I should run a gear ratio of 4.27 when I go to 37" tires. Hmm....seems a bit off.

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    I didn't watch the whole video, but nearly all the other videos I've seen regarding it and a lot of the charts aren't accurate, IMO. I would much rather hear from jeepers who have actually run the combinations and if they like it or not.

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    Quote Originally Posted by WJCO View Post
    I didn't watch the whole video, but nearly all the other videos I've seen regarding it and a lot of the charts aren't accurate, IMO. I would much rather hear from jeepers who have actually run the combinations and if they like it or not.
    Agreed. 5.13s here I come.

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    My apology, should have checked the rules. Wont happen again.


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