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Old 02-25-2003, 09:10 AM
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Question 700r4 with 3.73 or 4.10 rearend

If I put a 700r4 in my 67 chevy pickup(15 inch tires) what kind of rpm will I run at 65 or 70 mph
(freeway speeds)?

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I have a 66 chevy with 700r4 and 410 and at 60 I'm turning 2100 and 65 bout 2400. It works real good to me with a stong take off. If I was going to use it as a daily driver I would chose the 373 but If it is just a weekend cruser go with the 410. You will see the difference at the pump.
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est. with 27inch tire 3:73 @ 70mph 2275, 4:10@70mph 2500
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thanks for the info!
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Check this web site out, you put your own information in and it will tell you what your RPM and speed is.......

http://www.mtv411.com/auto/Gear-Tire...Calculator.htm

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I would go with the 373 its a better all around gear
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