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Old 09-28-2013, 12:56 PM   #1
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When I get gears will the tuner adjust the speedo and odometer properly?
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Yup it will let you choose the proper gear ratio
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Yup it will let you choose the proper gear ratio
That's fellas
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Just double check even if you order it tuned for the ratio. When I got tuned for it I double checked and it was still stock but it lets you adjust the options.
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i want to do a 4.10 gear change also, do you think the trac loc needs to be rebuilt also? it has 105.000 miles of easy driving
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i want to do a 4.10 gear change also, do you think the trac loc needs to be rebuilt also? it has 105.000 miles of easy driving
I would get it done. It's too cheap of a rebuild to not get it done since it'll be pulled apart already.
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+1 while your there rebuild it. Cheap insurance!
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