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Old 11-26-2011, 02:33 PM
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Question 35's Pictures Please

Since I added a winch and changed out bumpers I feel I need to do a lift and go to 35's. Just not sure how much I will lose in power and MPG. Do I really need to re-gear? Thanks for any suggestion, I have 285-70-17 BFG all -terrains now.

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post this in the picture section if you want to see pics, yea youll want to regear after 35s but you will prob want to think about ugrading your axles, gears, getting bigger/ stronger brakes, bigger lift, sye, longer driveshaft, longer brake lines, and stronger steering components..just to name a few ;]

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4in clayton lift, 4:88s SYE and tom woods shaft works perfectly
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lifted, axles, 4.56's on mine...and tons of other stuff...
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2.5" Teraflex Coil Lift with Shock Adapters and LT315/70R17 Duratracs on XD Addicts 17 x 9
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Since I added a winch and changed out bumpers I feel I need to do a lift and go to 35's. Just not sure how much I will lose in power and MPG. Do I really need to re-gear? Thanks for any suggestion, I have 285-70-17 BFG all -terrains now.
If you have 3.73 gears on your '10, running 35's will make your high gear virtually unusable for passing on the highway, going up moderate hills, and even fighting a headwind.

And your mileage will suck, obviously.

Even worse than it does now.

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