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Gears for my 3.0 2wd

Hey there Guys and Gals,

I'm buying my buddy's 2001 3.0 xlt 2wd. Yeah I know... but I'm getting it for $1100. I plan on getting the Fabtech 5.5" lift and running 32's.

What gears should I run? The main use is going to be to get lumber and crap for the house. I won't be wheeling much, I've got my best friends HumVee for that. However i will be going up some very rough roads getting to the wheeling places.

I would like to have this preform well on the highway. I don't want the thing clocking over 3000 at 70. What's everybody's experience?
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WOW! I totally missed the Katie's thread. Never mind!
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