|08-07-2009 04:19 PM|
True. . .not what we have in mind though.
We're going for a jacked up WWII look. . .inspired by the Dodge Power Wagon off of Gearz TV show (minus the Rockwell axles. . .at least for now!!!).
|08-07-2009 03:44 PM|
|08-07-2009 03:30 PM|
|atomicjoe23||The mud boggers and sand draggers can keep their different sized wheels. . .that would look DUMB on a Willy's P/U!!!|
|08-07-2009 03:22 PM|
|08-07-2009 02:46 PM|
That's what I thought.
I just wanted to double check. . .I haven't done much messing around with 4WD's before so. . .better safe than sorry. . .you never know.
|08-07-2009 02:39 PM|
Yes they need to match, if they dont match your front and rear wheels will turn at different speeds and damage your transfer case. I have seen mud boggers and sand draggers use different ratios in the axles, but they would correct it buy running different size tires.
|08-07-2009 02:31 PM|
Matching front & rear axle ratios?
OK. . .stupid question!
I'm new to modifying 4WD's. . .I haven't messed with axle gears in a 4WD before so I figured I'd better ask just to make sure I know.
Do your front and rear axle ratios need to match?
If they don't, what would be the advantage/disadvantage of this?
Thanks for cluing me in on this.