Do you plan on staying with a 31, what are your plans for the future. It always seem like it starts with 31's. I've heard they make 5.29's for Suzuki axles, I like 5.29's for 33's. <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
it will never be any bigger than 33"s, i'll be staying with the 31"s till they wear out, then going spoa, and 33"s.....and i'll most likely stick with the 1.3L it is going to be a daily driver to so i don't want to go too low.
Your best bet would be to get one of the GSR I, Rockcrawler, 4.16:1 kits, they drop the RPMs back to almost stock, i know they move mine along great..even on the highway...
I am going to be selling my complete case, out of a 93, complete for $450.00US, thats like $1,000,000.00 CDN I think.. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">,
Originally posted by Mudmagnet:
<STRONG>what gears should i get for my sami??? it has 31X10.50" on 15x8" steel spoked rims, 2" lift, stock engine........
and how much would they cost in canadian dollars?????</STRONG>
I've got 4.16 gears in mine with basically the same wheel/tire combo. I can drive 55mph all day long, but getting to 65mph takes a bit of work. Any slight uphill and I'm dropping into 4th gear to hold 55mph.
If you look hard enough, you could find an 84 sj410 t-case for cheap (I payed $150 Can). That will give alittle of a reduction. Then if you want more, take apart your t-case and the 84 t-case, then ship the counter gears to Breeze. They will charge $200 Can to cut and weld the gears back together. That way you will have 4.16 t-case gears for under $450 Can (Not US).
would a 84 sami t-case be good for the road too????? i can get one for 75$ can.....maybe less....:^)..... i i hook that up can i keep the stock speedomeder???? i don't get the 4wd. light though do i? what else has to be modifyed? i know the driv-shafts, but i can dril the plate on the t-case.....does it mount perfictly?
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