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Not a C but a K1500 4wd, 14 bolt cover, 6 bolt lug

What is the rear end gear ratio?

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    my 1995 chev truck will not go into four wheel drive, any suggestions??

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You'll have to check the tag that is mounted to one of the differetial cover bolts. It'll tell you there. If the tag is gone, you'll have to remove the cover and rotate the ring gear. While you're rotating the gear, look for the numbers on it. You'll see a set of numbers for example 41 10 , when you see this you divide one into the other and this will give you the ratio. For example the numbers above gives you a gear ratio of 4.10.

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