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dakotaaggie06
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9/25/2002
00:33:13

Subject: Question on Gears
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I know that they make a 4.11 and a 4.56. I heard that Born2Steel has 4.56 gears, and I was wondering if I should go with 4.11 or 4.56 after 3in body lift, 3in suspension lift, and 33in tires. I am also planning on going to dual exhaust and I know that tends to make the truck lose torque. Any help?

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arthur
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9/25/2002
01:55:12

RE: Question on Gears
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From the sounds of it u got a 2wd, with 2wd, the more gear the better...the extra power helps get you out of hairy offroading situations. Toyota PreRunners have been doing that forever!



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9/25/2002
08:47:04

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Personally, I'm running 33s and 4.10s and am quite happy. I'm actually thinking of going to 35s and leaving the 4.10s which would leave me with a final ratio close to stock. I think you'll be fine with 4.10s but that's not to say you can't go with the 4.56s.



dakotaaggie06
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9/25/2002
15:54:44

RE: Question on Gears
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Are you in a 4wd or a 2wd UWGriz? Also do you have some sort of limited slip, locker, or spool?

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9/25/2002
16:02:04

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It's 4WD. Right now it's open but I'm investigating a locker.



dakotaaggie06
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9/25/2002
16:05:12

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I have a 2wd that is open and I think I'm going to get 4.56 gears with a locker, but still trying to decide.

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