G2 Dana 44 JK Rear 5.13 Ratio Ring and Pinion - 2-2052-513

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  • G2 Axle and Gear | Part Number: G/22-2052-513
  • Popular Axle Manufacture:Dana
  • Axle Location:Rear
  • Axle Type:Dana 44 JK
  • Fitment:Universal Fit
  • Gear Ratio:5.13

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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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Q: I have a 07 jk Sahara with a 2.5" lift and 35" tires, my jeep is also automatic if that makes a difference, but I would like to put 5.13 gearing on both my dana 30( front) and dana 44(rear) axles. What will I need to get and will I need new carriers? Or is there a better gear ratio that I should go with? Answer this question

A: Hello Mike The 513's are a good choice for your Jeep with the automatic transmission. The rear carrier will work with all ratios. The Dana 30 has a case break so it may need replacing depending on your current ratio. If you have the 321 gears it will need to be replaced. Part number D/S 2010999 Thanks

Answered by Rody on 05/04/2015

Q: hey guys, got a 2010 jeep unlimited sport 4 door . just put a 4 inch lift with 35's on it. im looking at gearing with 5.13 ratio. its more for street daily driver but it gets on the trails as well. Am i on the right track as far as my regearing project is concerned? and suggestions? Answer this question

A: Thanks for the inquiry Tannar, the G2 Axle and Gear Dana 44 JK Rear 5.13 Ratio part # G/22-2052-513 this is the correct ratio for 35's.

Answered by RK on 03/12/2015

Q: I have a 2009 jeep jku. I have a 4inch suspension and a 2inch body. Im currently running 35inch tires its getting close for new ones, im thinking with going with 37 or 40inch. Currently im at a lack of power with 373 gears dana 44 on rear and 30 on front, my question is this, what gear should I go with and what all parts are going to be needed was told by a friend I would have to change my carriers I have completely stock axles no lockers Thanks Answer this question

A: Hello Robbie Your friend is wrong on the carriers. The Dana 30 is 373 and up so you are covered there. The JK 44's use the 373 and down carrier no matter what gear ratio. Even the JK's with 410's out of the factory have a 373 down carrier. So all you would need is front and rear gears along with install kits. Here are some part numbers for you. front G/2 2-2050-513r G/2 35-2050 rear G/2 2-2052-513 and G/2 35-2053 thanks

Answered by Rody on 01/14/2015

Q: I have 96 Dodge Ram 2wd 8.5" lift with 38/15.50 I want to know what re- gearing kit I would need and what's the part number Answer this question

A: Thanks for the inquiry Cam, the G2 Axle and Gear Dana 44 JK Rear 5.13 Ratio part #G/22-2052-513 your truck has a Chrysler 9.25 rear, the lowest ratio we offer is a 488, part # G/2-2028-488, it will bring it much closer to stock.

Answered by RK on 01/09/2015

Q: I have a 97 ford expedition xlt with 35's i was wondering if this would be a good fit for what i have. Answer this question

A: Hello The gear you have listed is for the Jeep Wrangler. Your Expedition's runs the Ford 9.75 if it has the 5.4 motor or the 8.8 with the 4.6 motor. We would recommend the ratio 456 for your vehicle.

Answered by Rody on 09/22/2014

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