Can't respond to that. Ratios depend on units, you have not provided much info.
TT and FT at high end with E2 near 22 pg/ml is a good place to be.
What we are interested in is balance of FT and E2. Because different labs have vastly different ranges for FT, it does not make sense to generalize FT:E2
If one had TT=1000 and E2=22 the ratio would be 1000:22
We really don't concern ourselves with T:E2 ratios here other than to point out that one is estrogen dominant when E2 is not low and T is.
A ratio based on molar concentrations might be useful, but is really not done. If you get the suggested target levels, then you don't have any reason to be seeking a ratio. One could have a good ratio and have low T levels.