So lets say you have a 4x4 truck of course you have 2 axles front and rear. The front axle has 3.55 gear and the rear has 3.50, will this work fine? What about running a 3.31 front ratio with a 3.27 rear ratio?
Point is what is acceptable and what is not as far as a difference in ratios? I know some factory apps like chevy have ran a 4.10/4.11 combo but is it ok to be .04-.05 different (such as the 3.27/3.31 combo)? Do both axles have to be within .01 of each other?
I have been told (and it makes sense) that you can run any two ratios you want as long as you leave a driveshaft out. Lets say you have a 3.55 rear gear and a 3.73 gear up front, all will be fine as long as you remove the driveshaft or leave it in 2wd, once you put it in 4wd you will cause binding and break something. Sound right? or is my logic flawed?