What gear ratio do I need for 35 inch tires Jeep Wrangler?
Jeep JK Gear Ratio Chart for the 3.6L and the Automatic Trans.
What gears do I need to run 35s?
If it’s an automatic, you’ll ideally want 4.56 gears. 4.10 isn’t bad at all on the highway with 35s, but 4.56 is perfect. You’ll be a wee bit lower RPM with the auto.
Can I run 35s on 3.73 gears?
Well-Known Member. You can do it but it’s definitely not ideal. The ratios with a 5.13 first on a 3.73 rear end and 35’s (your proposed setup) is very slightly taller than what a stock 6MT Tacoma is in first gear so it’s not like you’re going to be causing massive wear getting started.
Do I need to Regear for 33s TJ?
“Do I need It?” No. “Do I want it?” Yes. It is not as high a priority because you have a manual transmission, if you had a automatic it would be very much needed. Just drive it like a 5 speed until you decide to re-gear.
Can you run 35s without Regearing?
No, you don’t need to re-gear with 35s. However, definitely plan on a re-gear in the future and fall in love with your Jeep all over again. She loses pep with bigger meats without the regear – especially with the heavier 35″ tires.
Do you have to Regear with a 6 inch lift?
Re: 6″ lift and 35″ what do I need to regear The rims height dimensions doesn’t matter. They won’t make your regear with 33’s.
How much does it cost to re gear a Jeep TJ?
Depending on your type of Jeep, what you want to be done, and where you get it done, it will cost anywhere from $1,200 on the low end to $3,000 on the high end. This price range typically includes parts and labor done by a professional.
Do I need to Regear my jeep with 33s?
You don’t need to regear with just 33’s. Most likely, the reason behind you ‘drag’ is the width of the tires. You sure won’t be turning them over any time soon. The regearing won’t do damage or harm to the jeep, but it ‘may’ void your warranty on the axles.
How hard is it to Regear a Jeep?
Though regearing is a relatively simple process, doing it incorrectly can mess up your Jeep and your day. Front and rear axles need to be regeared simultaneously. The hardest part for a lot of Jeep enthusiasts is giving the new gears time to break in. You’ll want to drive for about 500 miles to break them in.
How long does it take to Regear a Jeep?
It shouldnt take longer than two days max if they have a lot of buisness. You should call back the reputable shop and ask them if there is a specific day you can drop you car off in the morning. That way you can pick it up later that day.
Is it hard to Regear Jeep TJ?
It’s not impossible and many take the time to learn how to do it but if you do decide to tackle the job, don’t plan on being able to regear both axles in a weekend. It’s going to take some time to figure it out because there’s a lot of trial-and-error work that needs to be done to get it done correctly.