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what needs to be done first with a procal when i adjust my jeep to the new 4.88's and 33's? ive read you need to center the wheels first, and let it read the vin. i just plugged it in for 4.88's and its shifting sooner? doesnt make sense as i was told by several people who sell and have them that itll set the trans to shift at a higher rpm. did i do something wrong?
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what needs to be done first with a procal when i adjust my jeep to the new 4.88's and 33's? ive read you need to center the wheels first, and let it read the vin. i just plugged it in for 4.88's and its shifting sooner? doesnt make sense as i was told by several people who sell and have them that itll set the trans to shift at a higher rpm. did i do something wrong?
Double and triple check your dip switches. Maybe you set the tire size too small by mistake?

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I tried messing with the gearing options on the ProCal trying to get the JK to shift later and found it barely made a difference when I ran 4:10s and now 5.38s on 35s. Tried the lowest (3.21 think?) and highest 5.86, and the RPM shift range only changed by a couple hundred.

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My DA forgot to program the 33's in the computer....... lol. ill se how it does tomorrow or monday. thanks for the tip!
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Yep, do the tire size first, then the gear ratio. Don;t plug in the advertise tire size, set your pressures to street level, then measure from ground to the top of the tire. Plug that numer into the Procal.

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