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Old 02-27-2011, 07:43 AM   #1
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Re-gearing...411 for a n00b

I've read that this is a good idea if you are plan on lifting and putting bigger tires. Can anyone direct me to a beginners guide to how all this works, I'm really green since this is my first truck and I would love to begin to learn how the gears effect power and gas consumption. Gotta start somehow, especially since I plan on on lifting my 5lug and going from the stock 215/70R15 to a 245/75R16. Thanks in advance!
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