I understand that torque multiplies as it goes through the transmission, the transfer case, and through the R&P. And I understand that the lower the gears (higher numerically) the less contact of teeth between the gears, meaning the weaker the set up is. So, as torque is a product of rpm, would it be easier to break the R&P in a 3.42 setup trying to pull a heavy load, than it would a 5.13 setup, say from a still takeoff? I realize that the 5.13 setup would get it moving quicker, and the 3.42 would move it at a higher speed. This is just a hypothetical situation, but say you were trying to move a heavy load which required low range.