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Transmission you have been very helpful..and i really appreciate it.. what about the transmission should i have it flushed and refilled new strainer and ll that stuff....and will it be able to handle the large diameter wheels....one again u have been very helpful

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    thanks you have been very helpfull

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For your tranny, the only thing it may need is a fluid change along with a new filter. The Jeep tranny will be able to handle those rims, considering people often throw 35+ inch tires on it. I'm not sure of the lift the new rims will create, it all depends on the kind of tires you have on it. If you use a low profile tire to closely mimic the size of the original, you won't have to get a lift kit for it. But you may want to look into the cost of a 3-4 inch kit just in case.

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It's listed in your owner's manual. Schedule A is normal driving conditions.
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