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Differential I changed my rear axle complete because i can´t find parts in my country, I want to Know if the diference betwen the two final ratios will affect the 4 x 4, the original ratio is 4.3 (10/43) an the ratio installed is 4.27 (11/47) thanks

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Good way to find out is to call the isuzu customer care line. If you have your owner's manual still you can look in the back for the phone number. Or you can google Isuzu and go to their website where you can contact them in several ways.

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