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Unread 05-13-2013, 10:55 PM   #16
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Originally Posted by Wheelin98TJ

OP has a 4 banger, so deep gearing is even more needed than it is in your case.

I wouldn't go bigger than 31" with the 4 cyl and stock gears, and even that is pushing it for some people.

Let me rephrase, I would go bigger, and I'd regear.
Doh, my bad, I missed that part. Oops. I did drive a buddies 4cyl around town one day on 32s and a 5sp, it was just on flat city roads, I was actually impressed as it wasn't as bad as I expected, but I'm sure he 32s and flat roads were only helping.

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