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Anyone here have these installed on their trucks? If so, anyone have them installed in the front and rear? I was thinking, since I only go wheelin' once in a while, that these would be good? ...and since I'll be in there, I'm going to swap out the R&P with either 4.10:1 or 4.56:1. Which would be better? Any opinions? Thanks! :D:
 

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Hadn't heard of that Quik-Lok before, but with 35's, I'd go with 4.56's.
 

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Don't you think 4.10's would be good enough for 35's, Thats what I was planning on getting for my rig.
 

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I have 39.5" Swampers and I was thinking 4.88 for 39.5 and maybe 4.56 for 35 or 36's, definately move towards 4.56 if your truck is heavier than most or you wheel it alot. I didnt even like my 4.10 gears with my 35BFG MT's.
 

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With the 318 especially, 4.56's are better. Also, the 4.10s are numerically closer to stock, but do not account for the additional weight and larger footprint of the 35's.

I drive 20-30k per year 60/40 highway/city and I still wish I could run 4.88's, but the 1500s are limited to 4.56 (lowest ratio available for the DC 9.25" rear)
 

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yeah that sounds right, plus my tires measure 36.2" high and I do highway and city driving on a daily basis.
 

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If you choose to run 35" with the 4:10's you'll LOOSE your "git-up-and-go" and the overdirve won't work very effectivily. you'll notice a lack of power. Go with 4:56's for 35"'s
I know this cuz a friend of mine had 35"'s and 4:10's he hated the combo.

Troy
 

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I have a quick lock in my front axle. I run 4.10 gears. The Quick Lock locker is great. It's strong, sold for a good price, and pays off in the mud. I run 35inch Boggers

Later,
Kevin
 
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