- Suffering from poor performance and reduced fuel economy resulting from over-sized tires?
- A Nitro gear change will help get that performance and economy back!
- It is a common misconception that lower gears are only for hardcore off-roading, in actuality the average daily driven vehicle can see huge improvements in both performance and economy by properly matching their vehicle’s gear ratio to their tire size all while reducing strain on the vehicles drive train.
FJ Cruiser Gear Kit Front and Rear 4:10 ratio without OEM E-Locker 2007, 2008, 2009
If you’ve fitted larger tires to your vehicle then you are likely experiencing a loss in performance, fuel economy, and more constant transmission gear “hunting” – This is because the larger tires reduce your engine’s RPMs below the optimal power band. Re-gearing the differentials in your vehicle is the only way to get your vehicle back into its optimal operating RPM range, thus improving performance and reducing strain on your vehicle’s drivetrain. This is especially important for today’s vehicles as they feature tall factory gearing and overdrive transmissions which are less tolerant to increase in tire size or the weight of added accessories.
It’s a common misconception that gear changes are reserved only to hardcore off-roaders or trucks with huge tires. However, re-gearing is one of the single most beneficial modifications you can make to keep the performance, economy, and durability of your daily-driven 4×4. This is a modification for anyone with larger tires, increased weight or for increased performance on stock vehicles for towing or increased acceleration.
Nitro front ring & pinion
Nitro front Master Install Kit
Nitro rear ring & pinion
Nitro rear Master Install Kit
front solid pre-load spacer
rear solid pre-load spacer
07-09 W/OUT LOCKER 4:10, 07-09 W/OUT LOCKER 4:56, 07-09 W/OUT LOCKER 4:88, 07-09 WITH LOCKER 4:10, 07-09 WITH LOCK 4:56, 07-09 WITH LOCKER 4:88, 2010 & LATER W/O LOCKER 4:56, 2010 & LATER W/O LOCKER 4:88, 2010 & LATER WITH LOCKER 4:56, 2010 & LATER WITH LOCKER 4:88