« Last post by henschman on January 29, 2015, 12:12:29 pm »
Cool, I now have a new use for my .22 LR.
I want to see if the fuel economy bounces back up after replacing the diff, and get a feel for the improvement in traction and climb power. If I get some of my missing 2MPG back, I'll consider losing it to new gearing. If not, I'll stick with 3.21.
It's a 3.21 rear axle ratio. No intentions on changing it currently, but I'm tentatively open to considering. What benefit would I see from a 4.10 as you suggested? Any loss of fuel economy or top speed capability?
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