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Unread 04-21-2013, 12:33 PM   #1
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1985 FSJ Wagoneer 
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I am building a street/mud runner.

I want to put 6" rear springs and 35" or 33" in the rear and 4" in the front with 33" or 31".

If I run 35" with 4.56 in the rear at 60 = 2697
And 32" with 4.11 in the front =2659

Would the difference blow the t-case in mud or on the strip?

What numerically high hear ratios will give me high power on the street and allow me to run tires that have at least a 2" size difference?

Wag Rebuilt 360, 260H, 727, Locked 44, AMC 20, 208, 31" M/T's, 4" Rustys, 2.5" Duals. SOON:SOA SF, 496, T400, Doubler, D60's, 37" M/T's <-TOY
Cherokee Rebuilt 360, 2" Duals, mostly stock. SOON: Hot Street 401, 4'' Rustys, 33" BFG A/T's maybe a T-case to get rid of Q-Track <-TOW RIG
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