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Old 03-11-2013, 02:48 PM
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Originally Posted by chefred112 View Post
I believe the stock gears on the Tundra are like 4.30's so they can be really torquey..
This makes a HUGE difference!

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unless your driving a totally flat highway or downhill like 90 percent of the time, 3.55's are never a good gear match for our hemi's...I am driving now with my stock 3.92's (for now) on 30/31" tires and they are borderline too tall a gear for me (probably since I'm use to driving with 4.56's), when I'm towing my boat I want the least amount stress on the drivetrain as i can get..
How you liking the 3.92s?
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