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Old 10-21-2011, 11:30 AM
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just so you know, the 2011 ram r/t comes stock with 4.10s so the 4.56s maybe a better option. the stock gears now are probably 3.55 unless you have the the 3.92 option which would be on the window sticker. when you increase the tire size that much you need to correct the gearing in order retain applied power and fuel economy. i have heard of gas mileage going up with larger tires when the correct gears were added. there are calculaters available online to check this.
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