running two different gear ratios..
I've searched up, and read a few similar threads.. but i am going to post here to get some input..
I am running a 1999 Ranger 4WD with 3.73LS. I recently got my superlift on, body lift is going on once i get a few days off work, AND i am running 35 KM2's.
I already know you CANNOT run two seperate gear ratios between the front and rear, but what my question is.. If i gear the rear end, and remove my front driveline, will that be okay until i get the front done? or will that mess things up?
I have the PVH hubs on my truck, and I have a slight understanding of what they do compared to the newer live axles. I was going to jack my truck up, spin the front tires and see if the front drivelines and half shafts spin while 4WD was NOT engaged, But it's dark out now. I wouldn't think that they would since i have the vaccum hubs. Correct me if I'm wrong.
So, anyways, It might sound like a really dumb question but I know some people on here could clear things up. I just want to know if it's okay to run different gear ratios if i pull the front driveline, and DO i even have to remove the front driveline given the fact that i'm not running live axles? It would suck not having 4WD but, i'd rather at least be properly geared in the rear, and then get the front end done before next winter. It's not that big a deal, if it cant' be done then i'll just save up, do it all at once.