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Very nice kevin. That is one thing I always wanted to do to my Ranger.
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Nice! The death lever!!
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hell ya kev bad *** bro whats the final crawl ratio gonna be for this bad boy mine 223:1
also u have to redo ur driveshafts again???

damn i want to see this thing in action now
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hell ya kev bad *** bro whats the final crawl ratio gonna be for this bad boy mine 223:1
also u have to redo ur driveshafts again???

damn i want to see this thing in action now
It seems to be 125:1, but I could be wrong..

My tranny's 1st gear: 3.96:1

Doubler low and t-case low: 6.15:1

Axle gear ratio: 5.13

3.96x6.15x5.13= 125:1

..so that's how I came to 125:1.

I'm guessing you have a lower ratio than me in your stock (rear) case?


And yeah I had to re-do my drive shafts. Wasn't too bad though.. shortened the rear 6" and lengthened the front the same. Front was easy cuz it's home brew. Rear took to a local shop.

Yeah I wanna get this thing out and see what it does!
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na my front case is stock 2.28 rear case is regeared with a 4.7 gear set fist gear is 3.93 and my axles are loaded with 5.29s


so heres the way marlin tells u to figure out the crawl ratio

If you have two transfer cases then you also multiply the number by the second case like this:

3.93 first gear in your transmission
2.28 low range gear in your first transfer case
4.70 low range gear in your second transfer case
5.29 gears in your differentials
Your crawl ratio is 3.93 X 2.28 X 4.70 X 5.29 = 223:1
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you and that blue looks good nice clean install
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na my front case is stock 2.28 rear case is regeared with a 4.7 gear set fist gear is 3.93 and my axles are loaded with 5.29s


so heres the way marlin tells u to figure out the crawl ratio

If you have two transfer cases then you also multiply the number by the second case like this:

3.93 first gear in your transmission
2.28 low range gear in your first transfer case
4.70 low range gear in your second transfer case
5.29 gears in your differentials
Your crawl ratio is 3.93 X 2.28 X 4.70 X 5.29 = 223:1
Haha.. I said your rear case must have lower gearing!

Your axles are only slightly lower-geared than mine. It's your 4.7 gears that make such a drastic difference. And my final crawl ratio is indeed 125:1.. better than stock of 50:1!
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