I'm in the process of doing 4.56's right now and i have 33's. Even if i had stock tires i would do the 4.56 just because these trucks need all the gear they can get to get going.i have 33in tires not stock
about how much did the 4.56 and everything cost?
i dont know much about drivetrains
depends on your tire size my 456 pulls my 19 ft bass boat no problem and its a 1980 glasstron so its heavy of course the 175 evenrude on the back doesnt helpsorry to hijack, but what would you guys that tow go for.. 4.56 or 4.88? I tow my Jeep around which weighs in around 7500lbs with trailer included. Its fine once I get going, but can barely climb hills and takes forever to get going.
glad to hear you got them done any other problems getting them in:cheerl::cheerl::cheerl::cheerl::cheerl:Well just got my 4.56's done and broke in, big seat of the pants difference in acceleration, no more slouch off the line. If i were to do it again i would go no less, i'd even consider a 4.88.
No i actually got damn lucky, the center section would only go in with no shims and was snug, well with no shims it sat at .007 backlash (should wear out to .008 and be fine) and the wear pattern was textbook perfect on the drive side.glad to hear you got them done any other problems getting them in:cheerl::cheerl::cheerl::cheerl::cheerl: