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I guess you don't always have to match axle ratios...


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As long as the final drive ratio ( tire height x gear ratio) matches you can run different height of tires. If the axles ratios are the same front to rear, the tire sizes had better match. But if you do the math so that "X" tire height with "X" axle ratio equals "Y" tire height with "Y" axle ratio you are good to go. :wrench:

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it was in fourwheeler's top truck challenge back in 1998. man was it ever impressive! didn't win, but they ran out of time in the tank trap (lost a lot of time in the canyon being a big truck) and decided to finish the course anyway, just for fun. :D













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