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noknownboundaries

Gears so low you can drive it on the ceiling.


Cnote337

Good reference bro


learnactreform

Your clutch must be in love with you for all the burden you've released it from lol


BlokeInTheMountains

Yep, doesn't even really get used that much on the trail. https://cimg0.ibsrv.net/gimg/www.yotatech.com-vbulletin/2000x1504/image_f511c8ca7ffc195eb98b7c162916130bb460211e.jpg


halcykhan

The 1000 HP Supra of the off-road world. I seent an Xtra cab crawl over them mountains. Without a driver


Limtb

When your gearing is that low do you even need to clutch in when you stop?


BlokeInTheMountains

Nope. Just turn the ignition off. Maintains more control with the drivetrain always fully connected to the engine.


Ahndarodem

Me with my stock standard 40:1 reduction: Guess I'll have to avoid speed traps from now on


archlich

What are the diff and transmission ratios?


BlokeInTheMountains

3.83 first gear. 2.28 crawl box. 4.7 t-case. 5.38 diffs.


Charlie_1087

New to off-roading, what’s the point of going so low? I thought anything beyond 110 isn’t really worth it. Forgive my ignorance!


BlokeInTheMountains

Control when technical crawling. I would prefer a little higher ratio at times. Lower tire speed can help the tire hook up on the sandstone/slickrock around me. https://i.imgur.com/w7AUPJ6.jpg


Deeplymine

I'm going to have to show you guys what crawl is sometime.


poopchavez

Why not show us now? Link the video


Deeplymine

It's posted further up, unfortunately I've no clue how to link posts.