G2 Dana 44 4.56 Ratio Ring and Pinion - 2-2033-456 | 4wheelparts.com

G2 Dana 44 4.56 Ratio Ring and Pinion - 2-2033-456

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  • G2 Axle and Gear | Part Number: G/22-2033-456
  • Popular Axle Manufacture:Dana
  • Axle Location:Front|Rear
  • Axle Type:Dana 44
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Gear Ratio:4.56


G2 Performance Ring & Pinion sets are engineered with todays most demanding applications in mind. Designed to hold up to oversized tires and high performance engines, these gears use the latest technology and materials in their manufacturing to give you the strongest and quietest performance gear sets available.

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Question & Answers

5 Answered questions

Q: Will this work on my k20 Chevy Dana front axle? Answer this question

A: if the K20 has a Dana 44 it will work.

Answered by Gabe from Los Angeles on 02/04/2021

Q: Will this work in the rear Dana 44 on a 1989 jeep Comanche? I know the Comanche Dana 44 is a 30 spline so is this the right one? Answer this question

A: Hello Yes it will work on your truck. Thanks

Answered by Rody on 06/05/2015

Q: Will this gear set work with my stock ford ttb I have a 1995 f150 5.8l lifted 10" on 38's. It's a dana 44 ttb so I'm confused some say it won't an some say it will Answer this question

A: No you need a reverse rotation gear for the TTb front end. You will need part number G/2 2-2033-456R and depending on your current ratio a D/S 32684.

Answered by Rody on 01/15/2015

Q: I have a 92 bronco 38 in tires 5.8 liter motor e40d trans dana 44 in front ford 8.8 in rear I want to put a power trax locker in front axle I have manual hubs is the 4.56 ratio good for me driving 75 % on road 25 off road average 35 miles a day will that locker be good for me and what part # for gears,locker and master install kit can I use my stock carrier thanks Answer this question

A: Hello Yes the 456's would work well for a daily driver with 38 inch tires. Here are the part numbers you need. G/2 2-2033-456R G/2 35-2033 G/2 2-2013-456 G/2 35-2013 PTX 2410LR D/S 32684

Answered by Rody on 01/07/2015

Q: I have a 05 6 cilinder TJ X with a six speed manual trasmission and 33" tires I installed a Dana 44 with a locker on the rear it curerently has 410 gears. is this the correct gering for this aplication? the jeep seems like it has a little to much tork and is kind of difficult to shift. Answer this question

A: Thanks for the question Kevin G2 Axle and Gear Dana 44 4.56 Ratio, G/22-2033-456 If you go to the 4:56 ratio you have even more torque taking off. I would recommend the 4:10 ratio for this tires size you have. If you want to loose a little torque you can drop down to the 3:73 ratio. Thank you BJ Answer Box Sales

Answered by RK on 08/24/2014


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