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Can anyone tell me what gears I have? I have a 2001 Ex Cab 3rze 2.7L 5 speed manual 4x4, that came stock with 265/70/16 tires and rims.

I have 31x 10.5 15 on Monster Mods right now, and I may be looking at 33's when I get my lift. I know new gears will be needed, so I need to know what gears I have now, and some suggestions on what gears to get.

It's a daily driver, easy to moderate trails once and a while.
Oh...is there any place on the truck that I can look to double check and confirm the gear ratio?
 

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VaTaco1 said:
Can anyone tell me what gears I have? I have a 2001 Ex Cab 3rze 2.7L 5 speed manual 4x4, that came stock with 265/70/16 tires and rims.

I have 31x 10.5 15 on Monster Mods right now, and I may be looking at 33's when I get my lift. I know new gears will be needed, so I need to know what gears I have now, and some suggestions on what gears to get.

It's a daily driver, easy to moderate trails once and a while.
Oh...is there any place on the truck that I can look to double check and confirm the gear ratio?
I have the same truck. Your truck likely had 4.30s (what my truck had). I have 33s and have since gone to 4.88s. At times I wish I went with 4.56s as the RPMs can really start to scream a highway speeds. 4.56s would drop the RPMs but also be less grunty. Pick your poison.
 

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elgecko said:
I have the same truck. Your truck likely had 4.30s (what my truck had). I have 33s and have since gone to 4.88s. At times I wish I went with 4.56s as the RPMs can really start to scream a highway speeds. 4.56s would drop the RPMs but also be less grunty. Pick your poison.

Thanks for the info. I am going w/ 33's also, so maybe the 4.56 (more highway than anything else) would be good.

Thanks again
 

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Thanks for the picture. That makes it much easier.
 

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flatlandtacoma said:
Post up your axle code found on the door jamb sticker here:
Axel code :

B07A

From the website, I'm guessing 4.30.

Why such confusion on the newer trucks? Does Toyota just want to make it hard on us to modify or what? They could just S-P-E-L-L it out !
 
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