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03-30-2013 05:40 PM
Plumber1 Wow my 4 banger sucked on 33's w/4:10 gears I had to move up to 4:88's, IMO 4:88's is not enough for 35's w/ 4 cyl
03-30-2013 01:35 PM
khall7
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Ok..
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03-30-2013 01:34 PM
khall7
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The general consensus is 35s with stock gears and the 4 cylinder will perform poorly. Look into installing a new rear axle (D44 or 8.8) and regearing front and rear to 4.88. You should also consider upgraded D30 axle shafts.
how much would all that cost? Parts not labor have a friend who's a mechanic who hooks me up on labor costs
03-30-2013 07:21 AM
Johnnybonkel Ok..
03-30-2013 06:46 AM
Big Cole
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Anyone running 35's on stock se axles with 4.10? I've been advised against it but some people say its fine...Has anyone done it
The general consensus is 35s with stock gears and the 4 cylinder will perform poorly. Look into installing a new rear axle (D44 or 8.8) and regearing front and rear to 4.88. You should also consider upgraded D30 axle shafts.
03-29-2013 10:20 PM
TFBlackout05 Ive ran my 35s on stock 3.27's? for about a year just upgraded to 4.88's. Should of done it a long time ago! I would not advise doing heavy off roading with stock gears. But mines a weekend mudder I knew I could get away with it till I got the money saved up! defiantly a good investment! Good luck!
03-29-2013 09:11 PM
khall7
Running 35's

Anyone running 35's on stock se axles with 4.10? I've been advised against it but some people say its fine...Has anyone done it

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