What gear ratio does a Jeep Rubicon have?

February 4, 2021 Off By idswater

What gear ratio does a Jeep Rubicon have?

It shares the proven heavy-duty Dana 44 front and rear axles as well as Tru-Lok electronic locking differentials with the standard Wrangler Rubicon, but the 392 features thicker axle tubes and a 3.73:1 rear axle ratio. In contrast, the regular Rubicon uses a 4.11:1 rear axle ratio.

What gear ratio came in a Jeep Wrangler?

The stock gear ratio tends to vary depending on the year and package your Jeep has. Some of the possible ratios include 3.07, 3.55, 3.73, and 4.10. Wranglers that are equipped with the Rubicon package typically come with the 4.10 gear set in their Dana 44 axles.

Should I Regear with 35s?

Yes, going to 35s you should definitely regear. And yes, the 4.10 to 4.86 is the proper range for 35s. You trade off will be fuel economy vs towing power. Being that your probably not going to be towing that much weight, you would probably be fine with the 4.10.

What is the gear ratio on my Jeep?

So an easy way to determine your actual gear ratio is to check the tag attached to the differential cover by the cover bolts. On the tag there should be some numbering such as 3.54 or 3.73, either of those numbers will give you the stock axle ratio.

What’s the gear ratio on a jeep Rubicon?

It doesn’t have anything to do with the hard rock package. For a rubicon (hard rock or not) Manual transmission has 4.10 standard. Auto transmission gets 3.73 standard. 4.10’s with auto transmission is an option. For 2015’s it cost $495 for 2016’s it’s currently priced at $695

What’s the gear ratio on a 2015 Jeep Wrangler?

I have a 2015 HR automatic and went to a 4.88 gear ratio to keep the performance at stock level after adding weight and 35″ tires. Do not regret it. Makes a world of difference in the performance.

What’s the best gear ratio for a 35?

My charts are not the gospel on gear ratio’s, but will give you a decent idea. From experience and friends it seems that 4.56 is a good manual final axle ratio, and 5.38 (07-11) or 5.13 (12-up) for the Automatics on 35’s, 37’s and up require a ratio bump in the same direction.

How much does a 2016 Jeep Wrangler Rubicon cost?

For 2015’s it cost $495 for 2016’s it’s currently priced at $695 Plug the VIN in here after ‘=’ sign (use CAPITAL letters) for the build sheet to see how it came from the factory. Click to expand… My hard rock came with 3.73.