So, you want to lift your truck? Great! You've jacked up your baby 5 inches and have it sitting on a sweet pair of thirty-five-inch tires, the only problem is that when you hit your accelerator now it feels like your truck just doesn't have the oomph it once did. The problem with your setup is that you forgot to upgrade your gears to the proper ratio to accommodate power loss from your new tires. At 4 Wheel Parts there is a huge selection of gears, including Dana Spicer ring and pinions, to get you moving the way you want to with the power that you need.
Asking your truck to turn huge tires with the same number of driveshaft turns that it used to spin before the big wheels is like asking a weightlifter to bench-press the same number of plates while also sitting on the bar. Give your truck the proper gearing to accommodate the power loss you're experiencing with your new tires. This is easy to do with a quick look at 4WheelParts.com. With an exceptionally user-friendly interface and a selection rivaled by none, 4 Wheel Parts' website will turn buying the right ring and pinion set into a treat you'll relish for years to come.
The Power You Need to Win
If you do any type of competition rock crawling or mudding, then you definitely need to check out the selection of ring and pinion gears at 4 Wheel Parts. Whatever size tires you're running and for whatever size engine you have under the hood, at 4 Wheel Parts there is sure to be a set of ring and pinion gears that fits the bill for your truck and your purpose. We pride ourselves in quality part purveyance and quality customer service. Put us to the test and you won't be sorry, visit our website or check out one of our locations today and get you truck running right.Helpful Drivetrain & Differential Articles
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