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3.0 with 32's?? Help

I have a 2001 xlt 3.0 4x4 with 4.10 gears. Will 32x11.5x15 be ok. It is just a daily driver and minor offroading. thanks
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Yes with no problem! I ran 35's with 4.10's
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Yes you'll be fine. Ive had that setup for a good 4 years now.
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but are you guys a 4x4?
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Doesn't matter. Stock ratio is normally 3.73 for a 3.0. With 4.10 and the bigger tires you should be fine.
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You'll be fine, I'm running that setup right now.
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im running 33's with 4.10 gears just fine on a 3.0
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I'm running 33s with 3.73s and a 3.0 and its not too bad, I would like to upgrade to 4.10s this summer though.
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i just bought my 3.0 and its on 33's and i think its stock gearing...i think its to weak to handle the tires..
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It probably is, what gearing is it now?
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i have 32`s on stock gears
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35s with 4:56 on my 3.0 woot woot. She hates life...
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35s with 4:56 on my 3.0 woot woot. She hates life...
should be much happier than one with stock gears. My truck with 33's and 3.55 hates life.
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as far as i know they are stock gears....its pulls while im in town but once i throw it in 5th when i hit hills on the freeway it slows down so much.
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Look at the axle code in the door jamb or the tag on the rear diff. It will tell you waht the ratio its. That whats important. "Stock" can mean 3.27, 3.73, 4.10
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