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Old October 2nd, 2008, 08:17 PM   #1
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i have a 44 f and a 9 r the ring and pinion on the 44 is 3.07 and the 9 is 3.00 iim wondering if that ratio is too far off that i will incounter problems if i go wheeling with it i'm planing on changeing the rings in the future but as for right now would like too see how it run considering i just got done my build any info on if its a good call or a bad call would be greatfull thanks guys
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Too far off. 0.02 is pretty much the max (4.09/4.11), but most gear pairings are not more than 0.01 off.
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ahhhh ok thanks man i guess i need to be on the look out for some 4.88 then
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Yes please dont blow up ur transfer case!
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Honestly, I wouldn't worry about it off road. Tire variances are that much.
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i think im just going too find a set of 4.88s im hopeing thats work not too good with the number thing i know my tranny is 6.32 to 1 and t case is 2.03 to1 ( not so good but tranny makes up for that i think ) running 37's right now and have a injected 350 sbc what do you guys think about 4.88 with what i haveas a drive line?????
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