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thebenreilly 03-17-2009 11:56 AM

re-gearing rear end. re-gear front?
 
i'm having the stock 20 in the rear rebuilt with a one piece axle and i'm upgrading to 4.56 gearing. i know for 4wd to work properly the front gearing has to match. but if i don't plan on putting it in 4wd any time soon can i just do the rear end and wait to re-gear the front end when i get more money? it's awful expensive to do it all at once.

Dogfather 03-17-2009 12:48 PM

Yes, Just remember if you use it you might explode it

thebenreilly 03-17-2009 06:06 PM

can the front end be disconnected just in case i have a moment of stupid and forget that they are different gear ratios? i doubt that i would forget but it happens.

gunrunner 03-17-2009 07:56 PM

Pull the front drive shaft until it geared.

Duck Dodgers 03-18-2009 08:55 PM

I use sticky notes posted to the windshield that usually start off with "Hey Stupid" :super: Only problem is I forget to take them off and over a period if time I can't see out the windshield. So now I have a different colored sticky reminding me to take the other sticky notes off.

jim putman 03-18-2009 09:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Duck Dodgers (Post 2993)
I use sticky notes posted to the windshield that usually start off with "Hey Stupid" :super: Only problem is I forget to take them off and over a period if time I can't see out the windshield. So now I have a different colored sticky reminding me to take the other sticky notes off.

I just write on the dash with a sharpie:icon_surprised: ask Sasha about it :ImaPoser:


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