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Yukon Gear Dana 30 Front Axle/44 Rear Axle Ring and Pinion Gear Kit; 4.11 Gear Ratio (07-18 Jeep Wrangler JK, Excluding Rubicon)

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      Video Review & Installation

      The Yukon Gear Dana 30 and Dana 44 Ring and Pinion Gear Set in 4.11 ratio is for those of you that have a 2007 to 2018 JK that's not a Rubicon, that are looking to regear to a 4.11 gear ratio...who mostly because you've put bigger tires on your Jeep. When you put bigger tires on your Jeep and then you regear, you give the Jeep back its mechanical advantage that it lost with those big tires and get your RPMs back mapped closer to your speed that they would be with a factory tire and a factory gear ratio. This is going to be something that I'm going to give a three out of three wrenches here. The actual process of installing a ring and pinion is pretty easy, but then you have to get everything set up properly and that's the difficult part. So that is going to take some specific tools, it's also going to take some specific knowledge, and a lot of patience in order to get the pattern on the gear set properly so that you don't end up with premature wear on your brand new gears. But we're going to talk a little bit more about the installation in just a second.So when you're talking about ring and pinion sets, when you're talking about gear ratios, it's, again, very closely tied to your tire size, but there isn't an exact one for one of, I have this tire size, I should be running this gear. There are certainly some guides but if you are looking for maybe a little bit more power, you want a little bit more RPM at a lower speed, then you're going to go with a slightly different gear. Or if you spend more time on the highway, you want a little lower RPM for that same speed for fuel mileage, that's going to be a different gear ratio, so exactly what tire size to what gear ratio is going to be completely up to you and how you use your Jeep. We have some guides on the site that are going to help you make that decision. But as far as the gears themselves go, you're going to want something that is very strong, that is well built so that it is going to install properly, you're going to be able to get that proper pattern, and you're going to get a nice quiet and long life out of your gear set and that's what you're going to get from a company like Yukon Gear. They've been building ring and pinion sets for a very long time, they know what they're doing and they're going to give you a very high-quality product.Like we've said before, the installation for these is going to be a very involved three out of three wrenches. You're going to have to pull the axle shafts out of the axle, of course, take the differential cover off, get in there, you'll have to remove the center section, bolt in your new ring and pinion, pop everything back together, and then with some special measuring tools, you're going to have to rotate the gear assembly and check for the pattern on the teeth and that's going to set things like backlash and pre-load. You're going to be able to adjust your shims and really make sure that everything is meshing in exactly the way that it should be, again, so you're not going to get any noise or any premature wear out of your gears. This is something that the vast majority of you are going to take your gears to a shop and have them regear your axles for you, but, of course, if you have the tools and the know-how, you can certainly tackle this in your garage as well.Now as far as a price goes, these are going to come in at right around that $220 mark for a pair. Now, this does not come with the master or even a minor install kit. This is just going to be the ring and pinion set so that's something to keep in mind. Often times, when you see a much higher price, it's because it is coming with some sort of install kit. This is just going to be your ring and pinion and for what you're getting here, I think that's going to be a pretty good deal. Again, from Yukon, you know you're going to get something that's very high quality. They're known for building a quality gear set, so you don't have to worry about any sort of breakdown of the materials themselves. As long as they're installed properly, you're going to have something that's very, very strong for you. So if you are looking to regear your Jeep for those bigger tires, I would recommend going with a set of gears from Yukon Gear and you can find them right here at

      Product Information

      Features, Description, Reviews, Q&A, Specs & Installation


      • Performance Ring and Pinion
      • Suitable for Street or Off-Roading
      • 4.11 Gear Ratio
      • 1.625" 24 Pinion Spline Count
      • Heavy Duty Construction
      • Extremely Quiet
      • 1-Year Warranty
      • Options for Dana 30 Front Reverse, Dana 44 Rear or Both
      • For 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JKs, Excluding Rubicon


      High Performance. Fear limp mode no more and climb any hill with ease when you re-gear your rig. Do your non-Rubicon JK and yourself a favor and upgrade to Yukon Gear 4.11 Gears. Not only will you enjoy and feel the difference in performance, but your 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler can even improve its MPGs. Install those much desired larger tires and rock crawl with ease with the installation of 4.11 Dana 30F/44R Gears.

      Quality Construction. Featuring a heavy duty construction suitable for use both on the street or off-roading, the tight tolerances of these Yukon Gear Performance Ring and Pinion Gears provides easy set up and are extremely quiet when installed properly. Not only are they high quality and quiet, they are protected by Yukon Gear's 1-Year Warranty. They feature a premium design and use a high-tech technology in their manufacturing to provide unmatched gear solutions.

      Re-Gearing. When you increase the diameter of your tires, the engine has to work twice as hard to turn them. Naturally, that will lead to increased fuel consumption and reduced performance. Anytime you re-gear your rig, you can regain lost acceleration, performance and fuel economy.

      Application. The Yukon Gear Dana 30F/44R 4.11 Gears are designed to work on 2007-2018 Jeep Wrangler JK, excluding Rubicon models. Please choose from the options above to order the Dana 30 - Front Reverse Gears only, the Rear Dana 44 Gears only or both the Dana 30 - Front Reverse and Rear Dana 44 Gears as a set.

      Application Note. The Dana 30 4.11 Gears will require the use of a 3.73 and numerically higher carrier or an aftermarket locker. Upgraded carrier is required as factory carrier is not compatible.



      Yukon Gear YG D44JK-411RUB

      YG D30SR-411JK


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      Installation & What's in the Box

      Installation Info

      What's in the Box

      Front Option:
      • (1) Dana 30 - Front Reverse Gears
      Rear Option:
      • (1) Dana 44 - Rear Gears
      Front and Rear Option:

      • (1) Dana 30 - Front Reverse Gears
      • (1) Dana 44 - Rear Gears

      Tech Specs


      Customer Reviews (10)

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        Reviews of Yukon Gear Drivetrain products have an average rating of 4.8 out of 5

          Questions & Answers

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          Will It Fit My Wrangler

          • JK Wrangler 2 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18
          • JK Wrangler 4 Door - 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18

          Not Compatible with Rubicon Models

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