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Old 05-06-2013, 12:10 PM
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35in tires/gears?

Hey guys, has anyone changed from 373 to 410 and noticed a increase or decrease in fuel mileage on 35in tires? Please advise your pros n cons
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Old 05-06-2013, 12:35 PM
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Well I know Adrian changed to 410 gears with his 35s. I don't know if he lost fuel mileage or not. I know he picked up a TON of low end power though. It was a VERY noticable gain over the 373s.
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I did 4:10 and towing increased. I never did get geat milage with my truck. I dont keep track since I doesnt roll much. I like the ratio towing light also. Truck will hold top gear at 55/60 on rolly roads.
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Old 05-06-2013, 02:57 PM
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Thx for the feed back guys. I had 4.30s and the mpg were horrific lol but power n egts were awesome. Now with the 175's mpg went down so I'm wondering if 4.10 would be good. Anyone else have 4.10s n 35s?
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mpg whent up or down with 175cc. you had 4:30 and went back to 3:73?? crazy Dawg!!!
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:21 PM
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mpg whent up or down with 175cc. you had 4:30 and went back to 3:73?? crazy Dawg!!!
With stock stix n 35s and 4.30 I'd get 370-390 on a full tank
With 3.73 and stock stix I was getting 500
Now with the stix n 175 I'm getting 400 lol
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it was my impression bigger sticks helped a bit. if you keep it in check.
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corrected milage I am sure???
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Old 05-06-2013, 04:28 PM
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Ya I divide the miles by gallons pumped. Dude it's so hard to keep the pedal tamed lol
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You don't know how many miles your getting when the low fuel light kicks on?
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