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Do you think it'd be okay if i did that?
Do you think it'd be okay if i do that?

I usually prefer not using "Will", i'm kinda trying hard to use the would right.

Are both of the above sentences grammatically correct?
Do they mean the same?

Your help will be really appreciated.

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If I do that, do you think it will be ok?

If I did that, do you think it would it be ok?

But some native speakers will say:

  If I do that, do you think it would be ok?

   If I did that, do you think it will be ok?

There is "wiggle room" here. These sentences all mean much the same thing.

I don't believe the variation is dialect-driven. It's a question of idiolect.

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Do you think it'd be okay if I did that? (Sticks with a present simple question and the second conditional.)

As for

Do you think it'd be okay if I do that?

by triggering the if clause (since the result clause is actually something to be done), you can't expect a conditional to do so. In this case you invoke the first conditional with the use of will. (An event that is eventually going to happen.)

Do you think it'll be okay if I do that?

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