Where’s the Power?
Congratulations on upgrading your Wrangler with a lift and bigger tires! Now your Jeep can take you over bigger obstacles to even better destinations, but at what cost? We’re not referring to dollars and cents. We’re talking broad spectrum performance and driving power! If you’re like us, your Jeep is more than just an off-road toy. It’s also your daily driver, grocery-getter and yes, sometimes even a mall crawler.
Let’s face it, that factory 3.21 or 3.73 differential gear ratio just doesn’t have what it takes to keep your new oversize tires turning at highway speeds without help from the transmission, downshifting and hunting for gears at even the slightest incline. So what’s the next step?
Here’s the Deal
Hands down, the most effective way to reclaim lost power and keep your Jeep running more efficiently is to upgrade the differential gear ratio to something that will deliver optimal performance (typically 4.56:1, 4.88:1, or 5.13:1, etc). At Axleboy Off-Road, gears are our specialty, and for Jeeps, a service of this nature would cost roughly $2400. In celebration of Fall weather, we’re happy to provide the following, limited-time offer:
That’s right! We’re taking more than $500 off the regular price to get your Jeep back in optimal driving condition with a new ring and pinion, master install kit and associated labor on both axles all for just $1850. This offer is so good, that it cannot be combined with any other coupons or discounts. If you’ve got questions, Axleboy has got answers, so give us a call. 636-939-5337.