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Old 03-27-2013, 02:48 PM
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[QUOTE=fastNugly@discountautoperformance;1051536]There is so many factors here to determine gears you want

your truck will feel a little sluggish off the start. Not a whole lot, but you will notice it. once rolling its like anything else.
Tuner will help as you are upping your power, but you are only masking the slight stress you are giving your axles. but again, its still ok.

Gears, this is all preference.
3.92 is of course better than 3.55, and 4.10 is from if going from 3.92 to 4.10 that would be a waste.
4.10 would give you better in city performance and MPG and 3.92 would yield you better fuel on the freeway.
But the 3.92 and 4.10 are so close, if it was my truck I would do the 4.10 as you still need to factor in fun, tow (if you need to tow something) and those larger wheels.

This is just my 2 cents.
Others may have different opinions, but I would say, Im always right.....KIDDING [/QUOhttp://www.ramforumz.com/images/smilies/wavey.gifTE]

I don't know about always right But you do have some great info.
Now time for some tough decisions.. because with school I do alot of city driving, and then with work I got a 50 mins Hwy drive each way. Won't be towing anything real big.. We got the F350 and the 2500 hemi for anything heavy. Guess I got some time to think and ponder with this.. Already know it won't be till after the tires, tuner and everything.. So got plenty of time.

Sorry OP for the questions.
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