I don't think you'll find many people to say that. If most people did the switch, they went right to 4.10's. I'd seach around to see who went to 4.10's instead, because if it were me, I wouldn't do 3.92's.Ace said:i really just want someone who switched from 3 55 to 3 92 to say something like......"damn it helped my truck so much, god it was so worth the money"...can anyone say that???
Dodgerjack said:BTW, if you want to "kid yourself" about gas mileage, just leave the speedometer alone after going to the 4.10's and it'll give you a false reading that'll inflate your mileage figures nicely. :biggthump
That's interesting. I wonder where the sensor could be located on the differential? The pinion gear would have be turning faster for any given wheel rotation speed, so it would have to sense the ring gear or axle rotation speed. Axle rotation differs on either side when cornering, so I doubt they use that. I would think it would have to be an electronic sensor and sending unit, because they wouldn't run a speedo cable from way back there. My manual only covers through '96. Anyone know how this works?92dakotahd said:That's not true. Then GenIIIs get the speed off the diff of maybe the ring gear? Not sure on where, but the ONLY thing that'll knock the speedo off on a GenIII is new tires. I have a friend with 4.56s in his R/T and his speedo is accurate.