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What are the rear axle ratios for a 1978 Corvette automatic?

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2008-10-31 01:25:35
2008-10-31 01:25:35

I have a 1978 corvette and was curious too about the ratios.From what I found on the web they are 3.08:1 for an automatic and 3.36:1 for a manual transmission.

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