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Rearend gear ratio and type of a 76 ford f250

I need to find out the gear ratio and type of my ford f250 the id tag is 3 31 D6TA FJB 603713 4

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Judging by those numbers, gear ratio is 3.31. You can test this theory, by blocking the front wheels and jack the rear end up enough to get the tires off the ground. Then mark one tire with chaulk for a reference and also the drive shaft. rotate the driveshaft one full revolution and the tire should make basically 3 and a third revolutions.

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