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Rear gear ratio for 93 toyota 4x4 pickup 5 speed.

Door sticker codes are 'C/TR 6j7/HL11 A/TM B04B/r150F'. I MUST REPLACE MY REAR END BUT MUST KNOW WHICH GEAR IS IN TRUCK. PLEASE HELP..... THANKS IN ADVANCE! ROGER ROGERTHOMAS1969@GMAIL.COM

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The C/Tr: C refers to the colour of the vehicle Tr refers to the interior colour A/TM is your transmission type. None of those numbers identify the rear end ratio.

What you need to do: Since you have to replace the rear end, yank it out. Examine the ring & pinion gears on the differential carrier. Mark on each a starting point, and count the teeth on both the ring & pinion gears. Now, after you have both totals of teeth, divide the # of teeth on the pinion by the number of teeth on the ring gear. Example: 12 teeth on the pinion, 46 teeth on the ring
12/46 = 3.83 ratio

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