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Gear swaping, anyone good at math? please help
OK, so i got a 95 f-250 stroker, its got the TTB Dana 50 front and 10.25 rear with 3:55's. I plan on swaping in a straight axle D60 front and a D70 rear and also plan to go to 3:73's. Can anyone tell me what kind of rpm difference there would be? my father has an identical truck with 4:10's and the ratio is too "low" for my liking. Living here in Mid Missouri with the hills around here, my truck gets too hot tryin to pull a trailer anywhere, but the catch is i dont pull one often enough to need 4:10's. My question is, will there be a big enough rpm difference to make the ratio swap worth while
? I will be swapping the 60 and 70 in regardless and i plan on setting up the axles before installing them so my trucks not down. Thanks for any comments and inputs guys.
1995 f-250 rclb
7.3~317k miles & countin
Superduty 10.5" 3 pinion Trac-Lok rear
Dana 60 s.a.s
1997 ccsb , 353,500 miles
5" lift on 315x75x16 cooper at3's.
Clear headlights, tinted tails, rear buckets,
Dana 60 swap, zf5 swap.
rosewood 180/100's, t500 hpop, php hydra, e fuel.
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