I used to run a similar weight boat on 245 75 16 duratracs on stock gears and auto.
ran 90 km/h at 2400 rpm and got 15 mpg.
Just for another data point. If i was going to keep the jeep 4.56 in a jba diff was the next step.
When its really cold like I get up here; I find the diff fluid stiffness is a far larger concern than trans fluid temp. The first km/mile is pretty slow just to make that a little more liquid like. By then i'm not concerned about trans oil temp.
Keep off your steering stops if its really...
you could consider finding a used Dana 30A from a 4 cylinder that will be 4.10s.
You won't find a rear axle for the swap. I seem to recall something about metric ring gear bolts on the 2006 and 2007's. i'm sure somebody will remember.
did you buy one of these when you did you lift? I never did one on mine and the drive to the dealership after i put it back to stock when i sold it was quiet and vib free leading me to believe it was all pinion...
AT KO2's on my truck are great. They are heavy and offer about 80% of the traction of my duratracs when i had them on the jeep in snow and such.
Way quieter than the duratracs. But they are heavy and they don't make C's.
The rugged terrain are mostly for show on the sidewall with a...
many still run 80w90 with good success if your as cold as I am and want your diff to turn in the morning when its -30 or colder.
Based on my limited knowledge of Israel, I'm going to guess hot and 85w140 works just fine.
good to know,
heard it was for when filling cooling system and they pulled a vacuum on the system to bleed it. Since thats not happening on this type of service, popular logic was skip.
I'll be sure to put one back in next time i change hoses.
In case it wasn't obvious,
new rad mopar,
water pump (i did napa), upper and lower hose (I picked gates)
get a pile of distilled water, its about a buck a gallon and flush the system as best you can to get that green shit out. Pulling thermostat will help.
If you were...
the super strenght ones are typically put in a "precision" box parent company still moog. If you buy greasable they require a needle adapter and the screw to add grease is in the cap.
Always had a funny vibe with them.
went to machine shop to balance the shaft and redo with greasable...
if you take it to an alignment place and the rear is out of spec, then its bent as there is no way to adjust it.
could be toe or camber wearing the inside.
any chance its mostly worn from being on the front prior to rotation?