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Originally Posted by SpecMiataHauler
4.88's would work too. They would give you a little more off the line but you would be turning a few more rev's on the highway. Here is the comparison.
So if you do a lot of highway drive you might want to stick with the 4.56's. If you want the acceleration and don't care as much about the fuel bill go with the 4.88's.
Hey not to hijack the thread but I am in the same boat. Need gears to turn my 37/13.50-20. Currently have 3:73's, was thinking 4:30's, but now that I have a 30 foot 5th wheel weighing in at 8800 pounds I was thinking 4:56's? Would that be to low of a gear or would the 4:30s do? Thanks...
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