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Re-Gear

Discussion in '1Gen Engine & Drivetrain' started by Grayguess, Oct 3, 2018.

  1. Grayguess

    Grayguess New Member

    After lifting and putting on 33’s a lack in off the line power is present, have any of y’all re-geared your rear diff? I’m looking into doing it, possibly a 4.30 or 4.58? Advice is always helpful,
    Thanks!



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  2. Sal R.

    Sal R. Active Member

    Hard to find.

    Go with 456s if you're going to re-gear.
     
  3. Grayguess

    Grayguess New Member

    I’ll do some looking around tonight, I bet I can find something. I appreciate the advice!


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  4. Grayguess

    Grayguess New Member

    Met this group of guys running fully built land cruisers on top of Imogene pass, the weekend after sequoia summit. I noticed their branding was “lone star overland” so I asked if they were from Texas. Long story short they’re in the Dallas area, I’m in Fort Worth area. Gave them a follow on Instagram @lonestaroverland; he’s a 14yr overland trail guide and head mechanic at his shop. He posted about a regear he did on one of his rigs so I found the companies website (nitro gear and axle) and they have any gear ratio you could want for our 8.4” rear diff. I’m gonna go with their product based off the fact that a 14 or so year- head mechanic chose their product over others. Let me know what you think

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    http://www.nitro-gear.com/Toyota-8-4-4-56-Nitro-Ring-Pinion-p/t100-456-ng.htm


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  5. Sal R.

    Sal R. Active Member

    If you 4wd, you have re gear both front and rear.
     
  6. Grayguess

    Grayguess New Member

    2WD, sadly, but a locker and winch will suffice


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