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Old 09-19-2013, 06:03 PM
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Simply, 4.10 will give you better mileage and a more normal truck like experience. 4.56 will give you greater torque (i.e. that 10k trailer wont feel like its 10k) at the expense of fuel mileage.

In all honesty, if you plan on leaving it bone stock and enjoying the capabilities it was built with 4.10 might be a great choice. If your like the rest of us and like to mod and build then the 4.56 is the way to go. I am already considering 5.13 with my next set of upgrades (might be a hint!!).
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