With 35's and alot of highway miles I'd do 4.10's, if your going to `wheel it go for the 4.56's(that's as low as the 9 1/4 can go).nmetankrc said:my plans for my truck are fitting 35's under it and i was wondering what gears are best for that and best for 9 1/4 rear
wasnt sure if this was the right place for this.....oh well...
I have 33's with 3.90's. I do run on the freeway alot at 65+ and these gears do good for that. But, if I was going to be driving around town a lot, or I lived in a hilly area ( Phoenix is preaty much flat ), I'd go with 4.10's.Grayguy said:Would 4.10/4.11 be good gearing for 33'' tires that see half highway half city(very hilly) and sum mud?
yes, it is the same, and yes no overdrive. Highway not that much, and wheeling not that much but when i get the tires and whatever else i'll be wheelin' like no other....Snowflake said:Is this on your `89 in the signature? How much highway, how much wheeling? No overdrive in `89, correct?
Dam them round tuits anyway,, dont wait for your round tuit before doing the gears,, or get the round tuit when you buy the lift and tires so there will be no delays when it comes to doing the gear swap or you will kill your tranny very quicklyDodge 85 RC said:When i get around to it after the lift is done and the tires are on, I"m going to be regearing to 4:10s with the 35's I'll have because of the highway driving I do daily.