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Gear Ratio I am trying to figure out the gear ratio for my 4-wheel drive, 1993 Rodeo so that I know what rearend differential to buy.

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There should be a tag on one of the rearend cover bolts indicating the ratio.if not remove cover count all the teeth on the ring gear and pinion,divide the ring gear # by the # of pinion teeth and that will be your ratio.

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