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Old 01-12-2009, 04:30 PM   #1
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Default What gear ratio would I Need For 35 inch tires

I'm thinking about upgrading to 35's from 31 would I need to get it regeared? Would there be any other mods that I would Have to do?
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Old 01-12-2009, 04:35 PM   #2
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what size motor do you have?
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ya either get hd axle shafts or at least dana 44 with 4.56 to 4.88
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im going to be running 35s and 4.88s. with 4.88s on the freeway with 35s at 70mph you will be at 2300rpm
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what motor transmission?
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he has a 4.0l/AW4. He should go with the 4.88 even though the google charts say 4.56 is the ideal ratio. I dont understand how those charts could be accurate just because it doesnt ask for what trans or motor you have
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With a 4.0/AW4 combo go with 4.88:1 axle gears. You could live with 4.56:1 but, 4.88s are the perfect gesrs for 35" tires on the XJ.
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if is a auto with 4.0L go with 4.88 and if its a stick shift 4.0L go with 4.56, and if it a 2.5L your going to have to get in to the 5 somethings haha and those axle (stock) will not last long on 35" tires unless u dont wheel at all and u drive like a grand pa on the street
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trust me

4.88's

even 5.13's

i run 36's with 5.38's , i still wouldnt mind having lower gears
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its I 4.0 liter Ho Auto tranny Besides the regearing is there anything majer u have to do?
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Help . I'm in Thailand and I want to buy 4.88:1 for Cherokee 2.5 L (1996 Sport )
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thread hijacker!!!!!!
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I don't mind my 4:10s but I'd love to have 4:88s.

Stock axles will hold up to some wheelin but stay consious of the extra weight and tension put on the axle shafts and R&P.
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