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With the 0.72 6th gear, you'll see a change of about 100 rpms higher over those numbers I posted.Thanks Tim,
I have the Manual JLUS w/220mm in the Rear so my reasoning for the 4.10 was trying to keep it towards "Stock" numbers when I went to a 35, but I am surprised to see the difference is only 179 RPM (knowing that it will be different than 179 because of the .72 vs .67) at the end gears.
Take that list of RPMs out on your next drive and cruise at those different RPMs. It'll give you a close enough feel what it would feel like with the different RPMs.Maybe going with a 4.56 combo and having the extra "umph" would be a better option...
Yes we do! Give the Denver store a ring (720-213-0114) and ask for Chris, tell him I sent you over from the JL Wrangler Forums.Does @Northridge4x4 do installs? It would be a great excuse for a Colorado trip