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35s???

i want to get a suspension lift and run 35s but will i have to regear or will my 4.10s work i dnt knw sH*t bout any of that so PLEASE help
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The 4.10s will work but I would go to 4.56s before to long.
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4.0 or 3.0
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Well since it is a LVL II then its a 4.0
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didnt realize that haha

its all in your driving habits.. a guy like Yesterday asked the SAME thing...
go search it, i wrote some stuff so did other ppl... its all in your driving habits..

i have the 4.0 OHV and i wanted the extra umph, so im running 4.88s, but my gas milage is going to suffer
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Also if you climb alot of hills or live in a hilly area then you might want to go with a higher gearset. I guess that falls under driving habits.
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well im a slow driver bout 65 on hwy but i do mud
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Also if you climb alot of hills or live in a hilly area then you might want to go with a higher gearset. I guess that falls under driving habits.
No hills at all
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I would say stick with the 4.10s then.
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yea, i have the lower powered 4.0.. and i did fine with 35s... i just prefered the extra power so i did the 4.88s


if your in no hurry, stick with the 4.10s its not ultra fast...but its not hella slow
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your gonna want 4.56.... i have been in trucks with 35's and 4.10 its ok.. but 4.56 will help alot better
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4.10's are not the best option for running 35's.......4.56's are great....i actually improved my fuel milage over stock with the 4.56's.....you will be sorry if you stick with the 4.10's.....
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