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post #1 of (permalink) Old 01-06-2003, 09:21 AM Thread Starter
 
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Ok here goes as I was searching the web I found 2 different refeerences for the ratio of the t-18 tranny in my truck the first is from havacksa site statingf that the t-18a ratio is 6.32 and the t-18 is 4.02and the 2big broncos sight say that the ratios are the same 6.32 for both of the trannies any one know whick is right??? steve83????
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You oughtta be able to tell with that big of a difference (I would think) ... 4.02 aint much lower than your average first gear, but 6.32 is full-blown, no-doubt-about-it granny low !! What does your first gear feel like?
I've got the 6.sumthin first gear & only ever use it offroad, it's just TOO [email protected] low for the highway. Hope that helps!
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Well my tach is screaming 4000 rpms at about 5 to 7 mph
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LOL - yep, sounds like a 6+ gear ratio alright!! (assuming we're talking 2wd hi on the x-case) ... I'm sure someone more knowledgeable than me will confirm/disagree soon enough, though.
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yep 2wd right on the street I have used this thing to pull tree stumps and didnt have a problem after I got a stong enough chain hahahaha [img]images/graemlins/burnout.gif[/img]
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Yes, the T18 did come with two first gear ratios. I'm not certain what dictated which vehicle rec'd which ratio. Bottom line, they don't all have granny firsts.
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You didn't have a problem ripping my bumber off either as soon as you got a strong enough strap either
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that about sounds like the granny low i have in my 80. the only time i use it is offroad or to pull something heavy .
i did use it to pull down my old shop that was a blast snatched the whole thing down and then pulled the foundation out so we could break it up better.
i did find a use for it yesturday at the hunting camp they are clear cutting it and had logs about 10-14" thick in the road used 4low granny and crawled over them no problem my bud had to back track and go around .
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Well sounds like I have the 6.32 granny low which is awsome
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