Hey as little as possible of course, but reasonable, either or would be fine I just want something that will be strong and reliable. I'm decent welder and by Dad is more than decent so
let me know how quick, I'm interested
I would not recommend doing it with 147,000 on the transmission. I would just do it in stages, change the fluid three times. When you put new fluid in a higher mileage auto trans the dex is a cleaning agent and will knock a bunch of stuff loose(varnish...etc). That is why it is good to change...
My brother runs 4.75's with 36's and 33's now for 3 years and runs some of the harshest trails in the grand canyon never broke anything, axles or gears nothin. I really don't understand what your saying 33's with 4.11's is back to stock as far as gearing is concerned. Why would you want that...
See I think 4.75's are good because if I want to go to 36 or 37's I will already be set up for it and won't have to change anything, and yes I am definitely getting axles. So what is the consensus on price 1500-1800?
my truck is fairly stock right now I'm in the process of building it just got a lift for free from my bro with ome 751 front and 762's on the rear and ome shocks. So I am not wheeling it very hard right now but that will change. Getting a three link and axles soon.
well its a rattle, and you can usually tell if there is any play in it. Check by wiggling it. If its solid, it won't move. Put your ear next to it. But if its a really loud clucking sound i doubt its the idler pulley.