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This further validates my point. I did my actuators at 123k miles. No codes thrown till then. I didn't upgrade my gears before then either. After 40 or 50k miles, it's no point changing the gears. At that point, we are just waiting till the next mini component on the circuit board goes before it throws a code. Once the code is thrown, changing gears will definitely not help.
So changing gears at 90k miles as a preventative measure has no or very little value. If no codes were thrown and you changed the gears, it's not going to squeeze another 20k miles out of it just because of the new gears.
Just my observation.
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