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post #7 of (permalink) Old 03-14-2004, 11:42 AM
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Re: 33\'s or 35\'s?

ANY extra ground clearance off-road is an advantage. That said I have to disagree with the statement that you`ll only gain an inch going from 33`s to 35`s. There is a 2" difference between 33" & 35" BFG M/T T/A`s, and while that may not be the case with the Pro-comps, I`d still bet its more than an inch. Don`t worry about your t-case, its up to the task. With 3.73`s you crawl ratio is going to be wanting off-road, but on the brite side your going to have some long legs on the highway [img]images/graemlins/grin.gif[/img]. Your D-30 front is a weak point, but I would run it and see what happens. With the style of front hubs your running, pay close attention to the wheel bearings for lubrication and coming loose. I`ve seen lots of spun bearing races in the early style hubs.
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