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Default 4.11 or 4.56 on 34s 3.8 manual

3.21 ainít cutting it since going to 34s.

Iím stuck, the problem I have is Iím running 305/70/17. Close enough to 34Ē. Everything I read says 4.1 for 33s and 4.5 for 35s. Almost everything everywhere is 33 or 35 and 34s donít exist. 😂

Iím stuck in the middle and have no intention of going to 35s. Or back to 33. It just wonít happen I like where itís at now. Itís not a daily driver but I donít want it revving itís bits off on the highway or having 3 gear changes through a set of lights. And itís not a rock crawler either. 4 Door with front and rear bars, 2Ē lift and a roof rack. Doesnít carry a lot of weight tho and far from a tourer. Just a couple swags on top and some Tucker in the back and thatís about it.

Beach, highway, driving around farms, forestry trails it has to do it all.

Iíve looked through all the charts and 4.1 seems to put it in the middle of the happy place. 4.56 seems to be almost into performance area.

Anyone have experience with this combination of tyre size can shed some light on it for me and your impressions of what gear you went?

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Iíve had a play on that. And looked at a pile of tables but really hoping someone (or multiple people) have been where I am and can comment on how it was to drive.

Seems 33 would be 4.1.
35 would be 4.56

Hard call as I donít really wheel it hard, if I did Iíd be at 4.56. Hell, plenty seem to go 4.88 for that anyway. But Iím leaning to 4.1 as is but donít want to be disappointed.
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