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Old 08-04-2009, 04:38 AM   #1
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Default How to check differential gear ratio?

Is there a way to check this w/ out opening the case? Like turning the wheels and checking the revolutions of the driveshaft?
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Spin both stubshafts the same direction 10 turns and count driveshaft revolutions. It will either be 39, 41, or 43.
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count the pinion teeth and the ring gear teeth. divide. whoops, what Sav said.
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you guys are pros. this took me 2 seconds to search.

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