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12-18-2006, 05:22 PM
hi was was wonedering how well do you guys this my 1982 dodge 1/2 ton with a slant 6 automatic and with stock gears spin 35s i dono because it not running worth shitt yet so whadaya think?
12-18-2006, 05:58 PM
its all in the gears man u need to post what ya got for a opinion
12-18-2006, 06:15 PM
yeah all i knoiw is there stock so my guess is 3 sumpin sumpin but i guess that know help
12-18-2006, 07:20 PM
the diff between 307s and 373 is 33'' tires vs 35'' ya gotta find out man
12-18-2006, 07:25 PM
Dude, your grammar is fucking horrible, I can barely figure out what you're trying to say. You'll do us all a favour by paying more attention in English class.
Anyways, I spun 35's with 3.08's, also on an old Dodge pickup. Just put it in 4Lo when you wheel it, and leave it in first. I ripped it up everywhere, I did it pedal to the metal and my diffs were fine with that too. It did have a lightly modded V8, and I would consider doing a small block swap if I were in your shoes since you say it's not running yet anyways. All you should really need is motor mounts, and the motor of course. Everything else (except exhaust) would bolt up or be a simple matter of applying some ingenuity to make it work. 318's can be had for peanuts. Try and get a later 80's mill for the swirl port heads. I had an FBO ignition system, Comp XE256 cam, headers, electric fan, and a 4bbl intake with a Holley 600. I also recurved the distributor. Great combo for a stock 318 in decent shape.
12-18-2006, 07:48 PM
yeah sorry about my grammer must be my learning disability but anyways yeah i have a 360 i could put in but i wanted something that wouldnt be to expenive to wheel because i have a 78 powerwagon on 44s witha a 440 and its pretty hard on the fuel for sure so i might just stay with my 33s
12-18-2006, 07:53 PM
44's are a ridiculously heavy tire, and a 440 is going to be bad on gas no matter what. You could actually wind up saving gas, you'll definetely be pedal to the metal a lot more with the 6 than with an 8. Especially with shitty gears, a V8 will work a lot more efficiently with 35's. And let's be honest, even 35's are barely enough to wheel a fullsize pickup.
12-19-2006, 12:06 PM
ive got 3.55s with my 35s... its not too horrible...but ive got a V8 too
12-19-2006, 05:11 PM
the big dodge i gona do the hard wheeling with i just wanted kind of a rtail truck but what ever il find out as it come once i get this one running
01-04-2007, 11:34 PM
35's will be just fine.
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