Hey gang, I'm thinking about buying a 1996 F150 with a M5OD2 manual tranny and a 300ci I6. It also has a manual BW1356 t-case. I would do a SAS on it using an 8 lug HP D44 and a Ford 10.25 or 10.5 Sterling rear axle. It would most likely be running 35" BFGs, but I might consider running 33's if they didn't look too goofy. I would try to keep the lift as low as possible. My question is this, what gears should I install in the axles if I buy this truck? I already have 3.73's in the HP D44, but I haven't found any Sterlings with anything other than 3.55s or 4.10s. It would be mostly just an around town rig, but I would also use it to tow 6,000-8,000lbs on occasion. I was thinking 4.56s, but I want to keep the rpms down if possible. Could I get buy with 4.10s? From what I've read about the 300 it is a torque monster, but low on horsepower. I also understand that and it makes most of its power under 4,500 rpms. What do you all think?