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SOURCE: What is the gear ratio for a 2004 f150 with the axle code 26?

Look on the VIN tag in the drivres door jamb on the bottom line under axle it will have a 2 digit code. Here are the codes:


  • 19 — 3.55 non-limited slip
  • 25 — 4.10 non-limited slip
  • 26 — 3.73 non-limited slip
  • 27 — 3.31 non-limited slip
  • B5 — 4.10 limited slip
  • B6 — 3.73 limited slip
  • H9 — 3.55 limited slip

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The front and rear axle codes are as follows:
  • Rear axle ratio codes (A) are:
    • 18 — 3.08.
    • 19 — 3.55.
    • 26 — 3.73.
    • 27 — 3.31.
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  • Front axle (B) code.

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Hi meduck4,heres what you need brother as I cant see your diff, 3 ways to tell what you have:
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#2 The second is the axle tag, attached to the lower lefthand bolt on the rear axle itself. The bottom left line will give you the gear ratio, and the type of rear end (S for limited slip non-locking, and L for locking).

#3 The 7.5" rear axle height is shorter than the width and the shape appears "oval".
The 8.8" rear axle
dimensions are equal and the shape appears "round".

This will tell you what you have my friend,good luck

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