October 12, 2009I have 3.55's right now. I'm running stock tires, but I might go to 285s or 315s in the future. I am looking for something that will improve my acceleration without hurting my top end power too much.
October 12, 2009I know it's a redundant question, but I would greatly appreciate an answer!
October 12, 2009i would go with the 4.10 if it's between those two. there isn't too much difference between the two but the 4.10 will give you a little more on the low end and they are the same price. if it's performance you are after and are going to a tire larger than 33", you might as well step up to the 4.56
October 12, 2009Well, I still want to have some high end power, since I do a lot of highway driving. I think I might go 4.10, but I'd still like to hear some more opinions.
October 12, 20094.10's with 315 tires are a perfect match...I had it for awhile,and I do alot of highway driving,its a perfect combo,city,highway and even towing..
then I just had to get 37" tires....and 4.56 gears
October 12, 2009What about with 265s or 285s?
October 12, 2009stick with the 4.10s for either size tire
October 13, 20094.10 was my original choice. Will I still have good high end power (acceleration from 70mph+)?
October 13, 2009yes, you will see your normal RPM range go up by about 200 on all ends of the scale. you will see better acceleration in all gears and in honesty, you really won't feel much of a noticable difference between the 3.92 and 4.10
October 13, 2009I had 3.55 in my 2002 Ram 1500 with the 4.7. I ran 33" BFG AT's for years
without any issues. When I had it lifted last year I had 4.10 gears installed since I went to 315/70/17 BFG AT's. Runs good and did not
destroy my gas mileage. Went from 19 on the hwy to 16.5. Very acceptable considering the lift and bigger tires. Also with the new gears it is like
having a 3.73 so it was actually an improvement.
October 13, 2009Yeah, i'm really not going to lift it. I'm just looking for a good performance upgrade.