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I have a 93 k1500 with a 6 inch lift and 35” tires. I have a stock rear end and was wondering what gear ratio I should run. I’ve burned up 3 transmissions and am tired of it😂
 

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Need more info on your set up.

Without knowing what you have or what you intend to do with it, my suggestion would be 4.56 gears.
 

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4.56 would be a choice to use for those larger tires. What gear is in that truck now? What engine is in this truck?
What do you mean by burnt up transmission;
Are you burnin clutches and bands, cocking converters, bustin gears?
Got the right juice in it?
Is there a tyranny cooler, what does that look like; plugged up, full of shavin's, pinched off.
The 4L80E isa bad ass transmission...But you'll need a electronics box for it.
 

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4.56 would be a choice to use for those larger tires. What gear is in that truck now? What engine is in this truck?
What do you mean by burnt up transmission;
Are you burnin clutches and bands, cocking converters, bustin gears?
Got the right juice in it?
Is there a tyranny cooler, what does that look like; plugged up, full of shavin's, pinched off.
The 4L80E isa bad ass transmission...But you'll need a electronics box for it.
Like I said, we need more info on your set up. That's why I gave a vague answer. I kinda get the feeling this is going to be one of those guys that signs up to ask a question, but never comes back to get the answer.
 

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4.56 wins!

 

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I’m running a built 4L60E with a 383 stroker with 4.56 gears along with 295/70/17 rubber (33.26”) & love em!!!
 
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