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What car does this diff come from Early commodore Disc brakes ID tag numbers 7w92034573 Gear ratio 3.08

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SOURCE: 1996 F150 Gear ratio ID tag 5832 H or M 3188 6b05

Most auto parts stores can tell you from the tag which rear end you are using and the ratio

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SOURCE: rearend gear ratio and type of a 76 ford f250

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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SOURCE: need to find gear ratio of diff, was told that service id says, b

check to see if there is a tag on the rear diff the rear diff will always tell you what the gear ratio is, call a dealer with your vin # and they maybe able to help

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Remember...the rear gear ratio needs to match what you have at the front or you will destroy the transfer case. It's also better to replace the entire differential drum to drum as setting up a gear set is a precision job that can get expensive, especially if done incorrectly.
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You need to get under the vehicle and check the tag which has the diff ratio printed on it. The ratios front and back will be the same but look at both tags.

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check to see if there is a tag on the rear diff the rear diff will always tell you what the gear ratio is, call a dealer with your vin # and they maybe able to help

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Need to replace rear end in 1994 jeep grand cherokee v8 5.2


Pretty much a bolt out-bolt in deal...Most critical part is actually making sure that you obtain a diff with the exact gear ratio as the one you are replacing. Count teeth on ring gear and pinion gear, divide ring gear # by pinion gear # and you will get a number (like 3.23, expressed as three twenty three to one) Diffs come with a tag on diff cover but many times tag gets lost if unit is serviced.
Use flair nut wrenches on all hydraulic fittings, Plenty of wd40 on all hardware and support the body and diff while working so it does not fall on you while doing the job. Regardless t if it came with lube in it, change lube and make sure it's properly filled.
Sometimes you will need to push and pull a bit to get bolt holes to align when installing. It's easier to do if you do not tighten anything fully till every bolt has been installed.
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Differential ratio


To determine gear ratio, divide the number of teeth on the ring gear by the number of teeth on the pinion gear. The total is expressed as a ratio: example # total= 3, ratio is 3 to 1. On a 4x4, this number must exactly match the ratio of the differential you are not changing.
In reality any differential can be installed in any vehicle providing that the ratios are correct. To install a complete axle assembly that was not made for the specific vehicle you have requires careful measurements regarding position of the differential yoke in realation to the driveshaft output on a transmission or transfer case, proper standing angle as well as length of axles and axle tubes. All can be modified to fit as necessary but the process is expensive. Typically, you can find a similar unit for your vehicle and match the ratio stamped on a tag found on the diff cover, but to avoid problems, always count the gear teeth and follow my instructions.

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