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Old 12-08-18
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2.8 turbo diesel diffs are a bolt on option (if you get the whole assembly) and increase the ratio from 4.636 to 4.9xx (not sure of the exact numbers) this is my final intention for my diffs as well and no the transfer case wont need replacing. on a petrol this is an ideal way of regearing for those that want to get larger tires - no its not a perfect regear but its an easy off the shelf option. we have a few over here who have done this (even 1 gen 4) and are running 33's or 35 equivalents
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2.8 turbo diesel diffs are a bolt on option (if you get the whole assembly) and increase the ratio from 4.636 to 4.9xx (not sure of the exact numbers) this is my final intention for my diffs as well and no the transfer case wont need replacing. on a petrol this is an ideal way of regearing for those that want to get larger tires - no its not a perfect regear but its an easy off the shelf option. we have a few over here who have done this (even 1 gen 4) and are running 33's or 35 equivalents

Sweet thanks for the info, will look into a diff swap.
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Thanks to everyone for posting there thoughts and the experience up, it has given me something to think about etc,

The decision is il be stepping up a tyre to the 265/75r16...
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