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I need help figuring out what size ring gear i have?

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Check the vin # with dealer!

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The best way is to count the teeth on the ring gear and divide by the number of teeth on the pinion gear. Or you can count the number of turns of the pinion it takes to get one full turn of the ring gear.


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