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Yukon By RANDYS Worldwide Introduces Upgrade Gears In Multiple Ratios For The Jeep Gladiator

With this addition, RANDYS Worldwide now offers a comprehensive line of aftermarket differential and drivetrain components for the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator.

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Yukon Gear & Axle, manufactured by RANDYS Worldwide, has released a new ring and. pinion selection with ratio options that range from 3.45 to 5.38 for the new Jeep Gladiator (JT). With this addition, RANDYS Worldwide now offers a comprehensive line of aftermarket differential and drivetrain components for the Jeep Wrangler and Gladiator.

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Jeep Gladiator enthusiasts are now able to upgrade to Yukon gears with a choice of seven ratio options: 3.45, 4.11, 4.56, 4.88, 5.13 and 5.38.

“From the minute the buzz started on the Gladiator and JL, we made a decision to own this market by providing the most comprehensive drivetrain line for the platforms,” said Neal Hollingsworth, RANDYS Worldwide director of marketing. “Our goal is to ensure our loyal Jeep customers that they will have what they need when they want it. All of our products are backed with a strong warranty and the best technical customer service available to help with the selection and installation process.”  

In addition to Jeep JL, JK and JT front and rear ring and pinions, Yukon also offers a full range of upgrades including chromoly axles, performance driveshafts, 4WD and RWD installation kits that includes front or rear gears, Timken master overhaul kits, and high quality differential covers that take the beating from harsh off-road driving.

All Jeep products manufactured by Yukon are available for quick delivery from one of seven warehouses that will ship same-day. Special pricing is available now for Jeep JK Rubicon and non-Rubicon Jeep JK Gear Kit packages that includes Timken master overhaul kits through Oct. 31.

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