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95 jimmy 4wh dr is there a way to tell you have the right size rear axle.

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The factory code build sheet label on the glove box door or the box itself
The code you are looking for starts with the letter G
That will cross to the ratio you should have
any general motors
dealer will explain to you what the stamped numbers on the right inboard axle housing is correct or not on yours

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