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LINUS

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I know what the Tundra has, but frankly Iโ€™m debating a Sequoia TC & a ARB / Harrop in that 10.5โ€ RR.

Prob leave the IFS diff & ratios stock, I only run 35โ€™s.

AWD would be nice, and itโ€™s not like a Tundra 3UR is about MPGโ€™s.

The 80 already has junk added.
 
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No Worries - Everybody Learns New Info At Some Point! That is exactly why we post this kind of stuff :)

Check this video - It will clear up a lot of the mystery!
Ok, Iโ€™ll play along. 60 series 4.11โ€™s factory 4pinion limited slips front and rear. FF front and rear.
Used to run 3.73 but. running 285/75R17 Toyo MT, which equate to ~33.5โ€ after wear.
12HT / 5 spd with factory 7 psi boost 3.0 low range transfer so I can afford a slight bit taller gear for hwy for economy. Wouldnโ€™t consider 4.88โ€™s way too short for going anywhere but on local trails. Economy would tank.
In the video you mentioned 4.88โ€™s in a stock Tacoma. Must be an auto. Why not look at locking
the converter before falling off a gear count? But I have absolutely zero knowledge of auto trans and
no knowledge of what factory gears are in a Tacoma.
 
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