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Trying to find diagrams on different 7.5 10 hole differential for 93 gmc jimmy and why they are different

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The baisc differences are ratio , locking or open carrier and drum or disc brake.There are two ratios that are common and that is 3:41 and 3:73 to one. 3:08 (smog/emissions) and 4:10(performance/off road) were rare.Most jimmys did not have a locking rear diff so i will not elaborate on this.The housing is the same for drum and disc brakes even though the hardware is different.

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