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Old 09-16-2003, 03:55 PM   #1 (permalink)
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4:10 and 4.11 Toyo Thirds

This is for an 85 Toyo P/U with 35's

Ok I searched and from what I can tell you can run a 4.10 and 4.11 third in a rig without any issues (right?) because they are well with 2% of eachother.

But, I will be running a 4:10 in the back (welded) and I wanted to put my new Aussie locker in the front. Does anyone here see an issue with running the welded 4.10 in the back and the locker in the front with the 4.11?? None of the threads I found really answered this question....that I could find.
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do a 20 second burnout with the tires on the 4.11s and you should be ready to go
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Old 09-16-2003, 05:07 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I wish I could....but I don't have the 350 like you do...just a beat up 22r that has seen 15000RPM way too many times....
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hehe. Well get a friend to do it for you. But you wont have any problems running those...locked or not.

My old 22re used to smoke my 33" slickies with 4.10s. Couldn't see my black truck through the white smoke. Of course my fan belt was screaming at 4k rpms and it was pretty gay but it was still fun.
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Old 09-16-2003, 09:45 PM   #5 (permalink)
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Coolio I'll run it...but if it blows you owe me a beer next time I am down in Texas.

Hey on a side note can you still get that "old rubber tire" beer (or whatever)
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no idea. havent been drinking beer long enough to know.
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Run it. People who've swapped D44s into the front of toys regularly run 5.38s in the front and 5.29s in the rear. You can feel the bind, but those two ratios are actually within about 2% of each other.

4.10 and 4.11 are .99% different. That's like running your front tires 1/8" more worn than the rear. Just run it, you're thinkin too hard.
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Wow, I ain't never been accused of thinking too hard....
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