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Gearing and tire size

kodiakisland

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I’m looking at the same build, is the 4.27 enough for 37’s?

I don’t see the point in the Sasquatch if I’m going to replace tires, coil overs,uca’s
What's going to be the issue first, gears or the M190 axle with 37s? I guess if the M190 goes, you can get the gears you want.

The point is if you know you are going to run 37s, get the axle and the gears you need up front.
Get the squatch, sell the coilovers for $1000, sell the wheels and tires for whatever they are going for, and you just made up quite a bit to have the better gears and axle. Or, don't get the squatch, throw away the hitachi coilovers and store the original wheels and tires in the garage because no one is going to want them. Might come out about the same.
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What's going to be the issue first, gears or the M190 axle with 37s? I guess if the M190 goes, you can get the gears you want.

The point is if you know you are going to run 37s, get the axle and the gears you need up front.
Get the squatch, sell the coilovers for $1000, sell the wheels and tires for whatever they are going for, and you just made up quite a bit to have the better gears and axle. Or, don't get the squatch, throw away the hitachi coilovers and store the original wheels and tires in the garage because no one is going to want them. Might come out about the same.
you're right , thanks.
 

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you're right , thanks.

Seriously, I think if you know you are going to 37s, the squatch is the only way to go. Ford chose to limit the M190 to 32s for a reason. It will probably hold up OK with 35s, but 37s may be too much. Whatever you would save on the front end would cost a lot more on the back end. Plus you can sell the stuff you take off. There just won't be much of a market for stock BB parts.
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