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Going to fast in first gear, how do I slow it down

Do I change the 1st gear in the transmition or buy smaller drive tires

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The transmission mod is out
smaller tires will get higher rpms and a bit slower but will not gain much
best if you change the diff ratio to slow it down
of course if you gave more information like make , model , year , type of equipment, you might get a closer answer

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