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I wouldn't change them. Unless you're keeping stock tire size, 4.10 is what everyone else wants. 35's will drop RPM's, bringing it to ~stock engine speeds. Since it's a dually, narrow tires are required, so you mileage shouldn't be affect much by the height change. I would love to say it's better, but a stuck hub fudged my numbers.
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