- 1 What gear ratio is best for 35 in tires?
- 2 Are 3.73 gears good for 35 tires?
- 3 Are 4.10 gears good for 35s?
- 4 Should I Regear with 35s?
- 5 What is the difference between 3.73 and 4.10 gear ratio?
- 6 How much lift do you need for 35 inch tires?
- 7 Is 3.73 a good gear ratio?
- 8 Does bigger tires change gear ratio?
- 9 Will bigger tires affect my transmission?
- 10 Are Nitro Gears any good?
- 11 How much does a gear swap cost?
- 12 Can you run 35s on stock JK?
- 13 Do you have to Regear with 35s Silverado?
- 14 Do you need to Regear with 37 inch tires?
What gear ratio is best for 35 in tires?
Depending on the axle, the next lowest ratio from a 4.10:1 is most likely the 4.56:1, which should be selected for towing and performance. Because of the extra weight associated with off-road tires, we usually recommend going with a performance-minded gear ratio for any tire size above 35 inches.
Are 3.73 gears good for 35 tires?
You will be fine. Just gonna lose mpg and slow your truck down. I have run 35s with 3.73s and no issues at all. In fact, my recent Plat had a 4-inch lift, heavy 34.5 inch Nitto Trails, and 3.55 gears, and ran great!
Are 4.10 gears good for 35s?
Yes, I’m running 35s on stock 4.10s here, with auto tray. It’s fine.
Should I Regear with 35s?
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.
What is the difference between 3.73 and 4.10 gear ratio?
A 3.73 is a higher gear ratio for half ton pickups its not the best gear for pulling trailers, now the 4.10 gears come stock from the factory on newer trucks and is one of the best rear end gears to use if you plan on pulling a trailer. These both vary by fuel mileage consumption so choose wisely.
How much lift do you need for 35 inch tires?
short answer is a 2.5″ lift works for 35s. If you get a 3.5″ lift, you‘ll need or likely need extended driveshafts, so $500+ extra cost. short answer is a 2.5″ lift works for 35s. If you get a 3.5″ lift, you‘ll need or likely need extended driveshafts, so $500+ extra cost.
Is 3.73 a good gear ratio?
A 3.73 ratio is suitable for regular light towing. If you plan on towing a fifth-wheel trailer or anything heavier than 5,000 pounds, you should consider a 4.1 axle ratio. A 4.1 ratio allows a towing vehicle to start moving without as much throttle.
Does bigger tires change gear ratio?
When taller tires are installed on a truck but the axle ratios stay the same; the effective gear ratio is reduced. In order to restore the effective gear ratio (and the truck’s performance), you’ll need to have the axle gears swapped to lower (numerically higher) ratios.
Will bigger tires affect my transmission?
Does changing tire size affect transmission? Changing tire size doesn’t affect your transmission, but it does change your final drive ratio. The effect is the same as if you had changed your transmission.
Are Nitro Gears any good?
Yes, they are good. Ok great thanks for the help. Nitro 4.88s front/rear in mine. I run 35’s with a Ripp Gen 2 kit with no issues at all.
How much does a gear swap cost?
Most gear installs cost around $150 to $200 for a good price not including the gears. Yours will be a little bit more since they are doing the bearings but as stated call around and see what you get for prices.
Can you run 35s on stock JK?
Technically, yes. You can indeed put 35s on a stock Jeep Wrangler JK and drive around town without issue. However, if you are going to hit the trail, it’s going to rub. Now, if you are just overlanding down an old desert trail or simply hitting the beach like we did, it’s not a major issue.
Do you have to Regear with 35s Silverado?
Regear, yes, you do need to regear. This change in tire size will take the truck out of the optimum powerband. If you don’t you will get lower fuel economy, increased trans temps, and really poor performance. New wheels, you will need wheels with less back spacing to be able to turn lock to lock without rubbing.
Do you need to Regear with 37 inch tires?
You DEFINITELY will want to regear. I have 35’s with the new 3.6L and 4.10s and will likely regear to 4:56 or 4:88. I am getting my 37” mud grapplers on Monday.