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pic request double lifted and 35's

like it says would like to see double lifted trucks and 35s most superlift n BL.....also anyone have 4.10s and a 3.0 with 35's? hows that working out....? wheelin drivin n gas mileage wise?
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I can't speak from experience, but I can tell you right now you're going to NEED 4.88's to run 35's with a 3.0. Too bad they don't make 5.13's for the D35 IFS.
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I just did a search and found at least 5 threads with guys and double lifted rangers. shouldnt be to hard to find
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Like I mentioned in the PM I sent you, yes I have 4.10's. As Tom said...4.88's are ideal in my opinion. 4.10's is like a mileage gear/
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I can't speak from experience, but I can tell you right now you're going to NEED 4.88's to run 35's with a 3.0. Too bad they don't make 5.13's for the D35 IFS.
not true....at all, had that set up and it wasnt nearly as bad as you can think, i could spin the tires off the line on dry pavement, get 18+mpg and never once had a problem off road......4LOW my friend, now im not saying gears isnt a bad idea im just saying it works and it worked pretty well for me
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not true....at all, had that set up and it wasnt nearly as bad as you can think, i could spin the tires off the line on dry pavement, get 18+mpg and never once had a problem off road......4LOW my friend, now im not saying gears isnt a bad idea im just saying it works and it worked pretty well for me
Yes, but what about the rest of your drivetrain? How about your engine and transmission? I have 2:56 gears in my old truck and it's a DOG. I can't imagine what a dog your truck must have been. My old 3.0 with 31's and 3.73's was terrible. I can't imagine 35's...

Remember, i'm not saying it won't work, but it is not very practical.
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Yes, but what about the rest of your drivetrain? How about your engine and transmission? I have 2:56 gears in my old truck and it's a DOG. I can't imagine what a dog your truck must have been. My old 3.0 with 31's and 3.73's was terrible. I can't imagine 35's...

Remember, i'm not saying it won't work, but it is not very practical.
honestly i got the truck with like 75k, lifted soon after on 33's than to 35's not to long after, got rid of the truck at 145k, never changed a front end part.....maybe i was lucky idk, the truck worked great and i wouldnt hesitate to do it again, heck im running 37's now with 4.10's and a 4.0, mpg is down but still chugs along
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not true....at all, had that set up and it wasnt nearly as bad as you can think, i could spin the tires off the line on dry pavement, get 18+mpg and never once had a problem off road......4LOW my friend, now im not saying gears isnt a bad idea im just saying it works and it worked pretty well for me
your saying you could spin the tires with 4.10'sand the 3.0?? hahah i have the 3.0 with 4.10s and cant spin 33's and i have the underdrive pulley and was tuned as well.
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i have a 3.0 n 33s n i spin both rear wheels....4.10s
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^same here 3.slow with 210k on her and she can spin 33s off the line and if im lucky chirp em into 2nd. lol
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i can do it fine with my 4litre
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35's 3.73's 18+ mpg......yea
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I have trouble spinning my 35s with 4.88s and a 4.0 on dry pavement.
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35's 3.73's 18+ mpg......yea

Whaaaaaat.... Bull. Im 35''s with 4.10s and dont get close to 18mpg with exhaust and and cold air
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3.73s will give better mpg on highway as long as there aren't a bunch of hills you are going up.
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everything is RIGHT FOOT DEPENDENT.....
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true, but to make any sort of comparisons based on components you have to hold that constant.
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your saying you could spin the tires with 4.10'sand the 3.0?? hahah i have the 3.0 with 4.10s and cant spin 33's and i have the underdrive pulley and was tuned as well.
that sucks cause i could, i dont remember us all having the same tires either
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I have trouble spinning my 35s with 4.88s and a 4.0 on dry pavement.
as do i with my new truck
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Whaaaaaat.... Bull. Im 35''s with 4.10s and dont get close to 18mpg with exhaust and and cold air
again sucks for you my friend consider getting rid of your truck if it bothers you.....
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my 07 4x4 gets around 19mpg with stock 4.10s and 33s,4.0 and can smoke em pretty good and my 00 2wd with 35s and 3.73s with a 3.slow can smoke them all the way through first and it gets 16mpg
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zp1ik99....guess what......you've got a 4.0, NOT a 3.0... 3.0 and 35's virtually require 4.88 to be drivable....there just isn't the power to overcome the tire like the 4.0 does. 4.0 on the other hand, is 'okay' with 35's and 4.10's. Not much fun with a manual trans though....you can really feel the tires. Unless....you're talking about an old truck of yours...IDK.


And no...I don't believe for one minute 3.73 and 3.0 and 35's are anywhere near 18+ mpg... what? 60mph in 3rd gear to keep the damn thing driving?


My 4.88, 35's, 4.0, pulls an average mixed driving of about 16.5. On the freeway, average is about 18-19. It's all about getting the engine in it's powerband...aka where it's actually making some torque to keep the thing moving. RPMS are your friend. Lugging the engine isn't. At 75, my rpms are about 3000 and i'm pulling 19-21mpg numbers.





And for what it's worth, I have no problem spinning tires with any of the multiple setups I had(4.10 32, 4.10 35, 4.10 33, 4.88 35, 4.88 35 locked). Ya'll just don't know how to do it. hehehe.
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shane no pics wth
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