What is a good axle ratio for off roading?

What is a good axle ratio for off roading?

Not all gear ratios are available so you have the choice between 4.88 and 5.13, 4.88 being the closest. Choose a little bit lower gear ratios if you do a lot of off-road driving and a little bit higher if you do more long distance highway trips.

What’s the gear ratio on a 4×4 truck?

The gear ratio most interesting to 4×4 truck owners is the ratio between the driveshaft and axles – the differential gear ratio or axle gear ratio. It is controlled by the number of teeth on the ring vs. the pinion. A ratio of 4.56 means that as the axle turns one whole circle the driveshaft turns 4.56 circles.

Where do I find my rear end gear ratio?

You can typically find your RPO code on driver side door panel or glove box. General Motors rear end differentials are referred to by the diameter of the ring gear, i.e. 7.5 inch, 8.5 inch, 10.5 inch. Our experts will help you find the correct ring and pinion set for your particular application. Give us a call at 800-216-1632 to get started.

Where do you find the axle ratio on a Dodge?

The Axle Ratio is stamped on a Gear Ratio Tag on the axle cover. The stamped numbers on the left or right axle tube can also identify the axle. Chrysler Dodge differential gasket patterns can help you indentiy what rear end you have. 2000 – 2002 Front Axle Model Designation changes. These codes are arranged in alphanumeric order.

How does differential gear ratio mod work on a 4WD?

Basically installing a new or reconditioned crown wheel and pinion with the recommended ratio will bring the 4wd driveline back to stock specification rpm and fuel usage. Once differential gear ratio mod is done the vehicle will regain its 1st gear low range and take off in high range will be improved or even back to stock.

What is the best gear ratio?

A slow reel is the ideal choice for most crankbaiting. A reel with about a 5:1 gear ratio is going to help you get your baits to their maximum depth and also give you superior feel, so you know exactly what’s going on with your lure. My favorite cranking reel is the new Lew’s BB1.

What is the best gear ratio for racing?

Common gear ratios are 39t or 42t for the inner ring and 52t or 53t for the outer. A standard double set-up is usually the preferred choice for racing, offering the largest chainring sizes for the biggest gears possible to keep you pedalling smoothly when speeds are high.

What is rear differential gear ratio?

The rear axle gear ratio is the number of turns that the input of the differential at the driveshaft makes in relation to its output at the rear wheels. Different gear ratios can have different effects in the way a vehicle performs.

How do you determine rear end ratio?

Step 1 How to Calculate Your Rear End Ratio. Here is the formula to calculate rear end ratio: =(60*RPM)/(Tire Size*Xmission Final Ratio*Road Speed) Here’s what you need to know: Your Tire size in a number represented as “revolutions per mile”.

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