Wow you ram only has a max tow capacity of 7000? My 95 ram van is 7900... Anyways, I would probably keep 3.55 gears, I have 3.55 and I am producing way less HP and torque then you and I manage to tow my 32' travel trailer without a weight distribution. The 3.55 is fine because you can still tow alot of weight and have somewhat of a decent MPG.Well that vibration issue I was wondering about in my 2006 Ram XLT was a balance issue on with the driveshaft ( 20, 000 out ) and I have a problem with the crown and pinion gear ( it was rocking ) .. which was causing the vibration ...
They Dealer gave me a few comments as .. maybe someone over heated the rear end .. to it was over trailered ... but none the less it has to be reaplaced ...
For the advise .. I bought the truck to pull a 20 to 22 foot trailer .. So if i'm going to rebuild the rear end .. what gears should I have in this rear end
The truck is a 2006 dodge 1500 XLT quad cab with the 5.7 hemi with the tow package .. with a 7000 lb tow max cap.
Any advise to this ...
I too am having to replace my driveshaft, but I'm upgrading the joints from 7290's to 1350's so who ray. But at the same time part of my axle is shot also, bearings ran dry. DAM IT!