Hey guys, I got a couple of questions here (I've got a 1990 suburban for those who didn't know): 1.) What is stock gearing in this thing? It's a V1500 half-ton, with a 350 and a 700R4 tranny with 10-bolt axles. I'm guessing it's 3:73?? Is there a code on the axle of anything that I might be able to look at to tell? 2.) I was thinking of doing the transfer case drop. It seems like a pretty straightforward process, but that's just from looking at it. Is there anything else I have to do except for put those spacers that are on top of the transfer case crossmember underneath it? 3.) How would a stock setup like this like 35's? I really want 35's but I don't want a completely gutless gas guzzler. It's got 32's on it now and has no problem turning them. I don't think 35's (with stock gears) would be too hard, but I could be wrong...? 4.) From what I've heard, 10-bolt axles should be fine with 35's as long as you don't have a ton of power and aren't a crazy skinny-pedal-to-the-floor off-road kind of guy? It's a stock 350 and I take it pretty easy off-road, so I probably shouldn't have any issues if I go with 35's, right? Sorry for the long questions, I'm kinda new to some of this stuff. I would really appreciate any help though!!