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2000 Silverado will Tahoe and Ukon rear's interchange with Silverado, if all are 4 wheel drive and same ratio?

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Rear axle? Yup should be the same as long as they are the same ratio and have the same brake package and come from roughly the same year. Let me know if you have any questions and I'll do my best to answer them. Thank you for using FixYa.com!

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SOURCE: 1995 2500 silverado front axle 4x4

from 88 to 98 everything mechanical was the same. the only difference was the vortecs in the late 90's

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SOURCE: The rear went out in my SUV and I need to know the gear ratio. I have another rear but need to know if it will work.

Hold one wheel. mark the other wheel. Turn the unlocked wheel two complete revolutions. Count the number of turns the yoke make in two revolutions of the unlocked wheel. 3 1/2 turns= 3.42 3 3/4 turns 3.73 and so on

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you can count the teeth on the ring gear and divide that # by the tooth count on the pinion. An example is: ring gear 100, pinion 10 ...100divided by 10 is 10, expressed as 10 to one. (fake #) your diff is likely a 3 series such as 3.23 to 1. or a four series such as 4.11 to 1. If you have four wheel drive it is critical to match exactly. if not you can get better performance by changing ratio to something that better fits your needs. 4 series pull loads well, 3 series are better on fuel.(depending upon terrain)

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Some models yes and some no. It should work with any of the trucks or SUV's of similar trim level.

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FBB}A}}435}937737" checked="checked" type="radio" name="userInterchange" />4x2, 3.08 ratio (opt GU4)
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Rear end gear ratio


you can count the teeth on the ring gear and divide that # by the tooth count on the pinion. An example is: ring gear 100, pinion 10 ...100divided by 10 is 10, expressed as 10 to one. (fake #) your diff is likely a 3 series such as 3.23 to 1. or a four series such as 4.11 to 1. If you have four wheel drive it is critical to match exactly. if not you can get better performance by changing ratio to something that better fits your needs. 4 series pull loads well, 3 series are better on fuel.(depending upon terrain)

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Hold one wheel. mark the other wheel. Turn the unlocked wheel two complete revolutions. Count the number of turns the yoke make in two revolutions of the unlocked wheel. 3 1/2 turns= 3.42 3 3/4 turns 3.73 and so on

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