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Looking for a set of 4.10 gears for a NON-trd rear end. Already got the front gears, just need a matching rear set. Looking for gears or the whole chunk. Preferably low miles and good shape. :rolleyes: Got to replace the retarded 3.58's. :mad: If I knew what I know now, I wouldn't have bought one with these gears. :xcrybaby:

Maybe even some 4.30 or 4.56 sets too. If anybody has any. If not, then the 4.10 rears will do.
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88toy4x4 said:
Looking for a set of 4.10 gears for a NON-trd rear end. Already got the front gears, just need a matching rear set. Looking for gears or the whole chunk. Preferably low miles and good shape. :rolleyes: Got to replace the retarded 3.58's. :mad: If I knew what I know now, I wouldn't have bought one with these gears. :xcrybaby:

Maybe even some 4.30 or 4.56 sets too. If anybody has any. If not, then the 4.10 rears will do.
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if you keep the 235 size tires the 4.10s will be fine but if you plan on running 31s then get 4.30s which come stock now with the 2.7 5-sps and 31x10.50s (265/70/16s)
 

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I have a set of 4.10 gears that came out of my taco not real sure whether they are fronts or rears. They are collecting dust and have been for about 2 1/2 years. There was nothing wrong with them. I went up to a 35x14.50 and now to a 36x12.50 and needed gears so I now have 5.29's front and rear. How do I tell the if they are frontend or rearend? I believe the frontend is a 7.5" right and the rear is a 8" right. Email me a [email protected] if you are interested.
 

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How does your truck do with the 4.88's and 33's. I have ran 33's on mine with 5.29's but they were 33x15.50 tsl sx's and they are so heavy I couldn't tell the difference between them and my 36's. I have a 4cyl. auto. 12" front around 13" lift rear. Did it make a noticable difference when you put your header on I was thinking about putting on my truck I already have custom exhaust.
 

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How does your truck do with the 4.88's and 33's. I have ran 33's on mine with 5.29's but they were 33x15.50 tsl sx's and they are so heavy I couldn't tell the difference between them and my 36's. I have a 4cyl. auto. 12" front around 13" lift rear. Did it make a noticable difference when you put your header on I was thinking about putting on my truck I already have custom exhaust.
4.88s are perfect for 33s, for me at least. If I lived in the flatlands and never went to the mountains or hauled heavy loads I would have stuck with the 4.56s that I had originally switched to from stock 4.30s. With the 2.7 AT your choice of 5.29s is right. 4.88s would be 'ok' but for better off the line and trail performance 5.29s are better with the AT. If all you do is hi-speed hwy, 4.56s for the 5-sp and 4.88s for the AT are better choices.

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if you keep the 235 size tires the 4.10s will be fine but if you plan on running 31s then get 4.30s which come stock now with the 2.7 5-sps and 31x10.50s (265/70/16s)
Sheeze. Now you got me thinking. I have the 3.58's with 30x9.50's and it does pretty good on the trail and on the road. Gas mileage does suck a little - 17-19mpg with the 5sp. If I would have known that the factory ratio for 31's is 4.30, I would have been looking for those. I figured that the 4.10's would be better than what I have now even when I step up to 31's or 32's(at least the math says so). I don't do that much wheeling and my truck is my daily driver. It gets about 250 miles a week just to work. So I am thinking that the 4.10's should be ok. Or am I nuts? :xcrazy:

Plus - I picked up the front 4.10's for a really good price and they are mint. I don't have that many plans in the future for my truck. Maybe 2in lift and some sliders and a winch, nothing crazy. Nothing bigger than a 33, if that. I am probably going to stick to a 31x10.50 or maybe get some 16's and get a 265/75/16 which is a pretty skinny 32. That is the extent of my plans.

So will I be ok with the 4.10's or should I still get deeper gears? :confused:

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Sheeze. Now you got me thinking. I have the 3.58's with 30x9.50's and it does pretty good on the trail and on the road. Gas mileage does suck a little - 17-19mpg with the 5sp. If I would have known that the factory ratio for 31's is 4.30, I would have been looking for those. I figured that the 4.10's would be better than what I have now even when I step up to 31's or 32's(at least the math says so). I don't do that much wheeling and my truck is my daily driver. It gets about 250 miles a week just to work. So I am thinking that the 4.10's should be ok. Or am I nuts? :xcrazy:

Plus - I picked up the front 4.10's for a really good price and they are mint. I don't have that many plans in the future for my truck. Maybe 2in lift and some sliders and a winch, nothing crazy. Nothing bigger than a 33, if that. I am probably going to stick to a 31x10.50 or maybe get some 16's and get a 265/75/16 which is a pretty skinny 32. That is the extent of my plans.

So will I be ok with the 4.10's or should I still get deeper gears? :confused:

TIA and sorry for the book.
If you plan on going larger than 31s I wouldn't even bother with installing 4.10s...waste of time. 4.10s and 29" (235s or 30x9.50s) tires will feel about the same, power wise, as your 3.58s and 28s (225s). going to 31s with 4.10s will probably feel about the same as what you have now and going to 32s or 33s will take you right back to Yugo performance compared to running 4.30s/31s or 4.56s/32s.

whatever you decide, try to do this just once as gear swaps ain't cheap.
Since you seem to want to step up to 32s or 33s at a later date I wouldn't install the 4.10s at all. Wait until you can afford the larger tires AND the proper gears.
 

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i know my truck is slightly different than urs but i have 4.11 with 30x9.50r15. i also have v6 auto, 31's woulda been a better choice but the guy i bought it from already had 4 30's on it with less than 4 thousand miles on them. with a truck payment i cant just go out and buy new tires i dont "need" the only complaint i have is my rpm in overdrive is a lil higher than i would like, if it was a lil lower gas millage would be better.
 

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i know my truck is slightly different than urs but i have 4.11 with 30x9.50r15. i also have v6 auto, 31's woulda been a better choice but the guy i bought it from already had 4 30's on it with less than 4 thousand miles on them. with a truck payment i cant just go out and buy new tires i dont "need" the only complaint i have is my rpm in overdrive is a lil higher than i would like, if it was a lil lower gas millage would be better.
4.30s are what Toyota should have put in the v6 ATs in the first place, IMO, but with 31" or 32" tires. ;)

that gearing/tire combo with make for a great trail rig. Just try and keep the hwy speeds down and your mileage will be fine. I have discovered that keeping it around 65 rather than 75 gets me nearly 2mph better mileage. so I get there a few minutes later, big deal ;) with 4.88s/33s and the 5-sp I'm geared kinda low so my hwy rpms are higher than they should be for optimum hwy mileage. Around town, however, this combo gives me much better mileage than when I was stock with 4.30s/31s.
 
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