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Discussion Starter · #1 ·
If you put 4.88s in the rear axle and keep the stock ratio up front, can you drive in 4wd?

 
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I'll second that motion! It wouldn't be very wise, I can assure you???
You'll more than likely cook your t-case.

Chris J.
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I drive on a dirt road and in the grass. I also hook up to a lot of people, can I still do these things

 
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Absolutely not! You will eventually break something if you are not running the same gears. In mud it will be ok because there will be some give as the tires move at different speeds, but when the ground does not give (i.e. dirt, rocks) as the tires move at different speeds you will break something.




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