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The amount of lift or height you get from a taller tire is equal to the radius of the tire.
A 35” tire has more radius then a 315 tire! I’m done talking about this! I was just at the dealership! The sas is shorter then mine!
 

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at least the gears are taller and can still accelerate...
 

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at least the gears are taller and can still accelerate...
Do you really believe that the difference between the 4.27 and the 4.70 is going to make a substantial difference in acceleration??? It's like a 10% difference in ratio.

3000 RPM is 15MPH 24MPH 33MPH (in 1st, 2nd, 3rd) with the 4.27 VS 14MPH 22MPH 30MPH (in 1st, 2nd, 3rd) with the 4.70

Another way to look at it. 30 MPH in 3rd gear is 2724 RPM with the 4.27 versus 2999 RPM with the 4.70. Do you really think that you will notice the 275 RPM difference?
 
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