Which is better for off-road: \'87 or 94 drivetrain gearing?
I have a '94 and just got a '87 junker. I'm planning on running a Rockcrawler-type transfer and 31's. I know that the front axle on the '87 has a 4-pin carrier, which is more desirable opposed to the 2-pin on the '94 if I wanna run a front locker. Besides that, what should I take off the '87 and put on the '94? Is the tranny on the '87 geared better for taller tires?
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Re: Which is better for off-road: \'87 or 94 drivetrain gearing?
Put your 87 carrier into your 94 3rd member to install a locker up front. If you plan on running an ARB locker, it doesn't matter as the carrier is replaxced altogether anyway.
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