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Speedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth

Rugged Ridge | Part Number: RUG18760.31
  • Rugged Ridge - Speedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth - Fits 1993 to 2006 Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited - 4WD.com
  • Rugged Ridge - Speedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth - Fits 1993 to 2006 Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited - 4WD.com
Part Number: RUG18760.31
  • Technical Details

    • Fits 1993 to 2006 Wrangler, Rubicon and Unlimited
    • Fits 1993 to 2001 XJ Cherokee
    • Fits 1993 to 1998 ZJ Grand Cherokee
    • Orange
    • Electrically driven speedometer
    • 41 teeth short gear

When changing tire size or axle gear ratio's your original speedometer gear will not register the same MPH as it did with the stock gears and tires. The MPH will either read higher or lower than what the vehicle is actually traveling. You will need to change the speedometer transfer case gear to the correct tooth count to obtain the proper MPH reading on your Speedometer. Use the Tire and Gear Ratio Chart to determine which Tooth Gear you will need to correct your MPH speedometer reading.

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
4.8
 

Works pretty well for 4.88's & 33's

4.0

By Jape

from Morgantown, WV

 

Comments about Rugged RidgeSpeedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth:

This is the suggested speedo gear for 4.88's and 33 inch tires. The speed is still off however. At 65 mph gps says I am going about 62-63. A lot closer than it was and I'll contribute it to tire wear.

 

The perfect fix

5.0

By KW

from Tijeras,NM

 

Comments about Rugged RidgeSpeedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth:

When re-gearing to 4.56s this is the perfect gear to correct the speedometer for accuracy.

 

Easy to install, work perfectly

5.0

By Bob

from SE Wisconsin

 

Comments about Rugged RidgeSpeedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth:

After a tire and/or gear change this is the only way to correct your speedometer. This can be changed in less than 10 minutes. Make sure you clock it right.

 

Does the trick

5.0

By Uncle Willys

from Ky

 

Comments about Rugged RidgeSpeedometer Short Gear, 41 Teeth:

Changed the diff gears and speedo was off. Replaced gear with corrected number of teeth... (see gear calculator on web-site) Be sure you install correctly. The transfer case has a index tab that lines up with the speedo drive assembly. The Speedo assembly has different numbers at four locations. Select the ones that include your number of gear teeth. Don't forget the oring when buying a new gear..

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