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Old 08-08-2012, 12:05 PM   #1
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I am in the process of purchasing a 2012 f 150 lariat. I live in minnesota and am interested in performance on snow and ice. I will not be towing. Can someone tell me what the best axle ratio would be for me. I will have an ecoboost engine. Thanks
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3.31 would be best if you don't tow.
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Agree'd, 3.31's. Ecoboost makes enough low end torque that you dont need to worry about the taller gear ratios hurting performance.

Edit: talk about back from the dead.
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Lol, seriously, wonder if he ever bought the truck?
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