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post #1 of (permalink) Old 12-03-2007, 07:14 PM Thread Starter
 
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Gearing question

What gear ratio is stock on a 93 Wrangler.I have 32" tires and would like to know if I need to regear.I tow a fourwheeler hunting and it seems to pull down in fourth gear.What gear should I run with that size tire?
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HINT

Crawl under your rearend and look for the tag is will be on the diff. cover bolts
then post the #'s on here and we will tell ya!!!!!


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What gear ratio is stock on a 93 Wrangler.
Most 6 cylinders were 3.07 but I think there was a 3.55 option. The four cylinders had 4.11, I believe. It's best to crawl under and check to make sure. I have 32" tires and 3.73 gears and if I went much bigger (like over 33") I would regear. But I have an automatic.

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When I went to 33's I regeared to 4.27's. The new gears are great on the trail and gave me back my top end on the highway.

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