There are four ways to find a ratio.
1 A dealer can normally tell from the vin number.
2 There are normally tags or labels on the axle that have part number, gear ratio, and fluid requirement
3 You can count how many times you have to turn the driveshaft to get one complete turn of the tires.
4 You can divide the number of teeth on the ring gear and divide by number of teeth on the pinion.
What is the gear ratio for a 1985 CHEVROLET K10 pickup
75W-90 Gear oil
The right type of fluid will keep a car running at its best. The 1995 5-speed Nissan pickup uses 75W-90 Gear oil.
the stock Toyota gear ratio is 4.11
In some 1982 Ford f100 trucks I know they have a 4.10 Gear ratio like my truck but with that gear ratio if you go over 55 mph you can say goodbye to your gas mileage so get a smaller gear ratio.
You can refer to your user manual to ID the rear end gear ration in 80 Chevy pickup.
i know the front differential is a 4.11, but can any one help me find out what vehicles other than the truck this differential came in?
Change the differential gear ratio and/or increase the horse power of the engine.
Supply the vehicle identification number to the nearest dealer and he/she can tell you what ratio you have.
your gonna have to remove trans. and replace the 5 th gear cluster.
The stock gear ratio for a 1995 Chevy Blazer is 3.73. This provides a good balance of fuel economy and power to the rear wheels.
Count the # of teeth on the ring gear. Now count the # of teeth on the pinion gear. Now divide the small # into the big # and that will be your gear ratio.
check clutch slave cylinder
First Gear: 3.625:1 Second Gear: 2.043:1 Third Gear: 1.394:1 Fourth Gear: 1.00:1 Fifth Gear: 0.853:1 Reverse: -4.039:1
Incorrect gear ratio in first gear.Incorrect gear ratio in first gear.
When it has been pressed and the light is on, the transmission is limited to 3rd gear.
you probaly need a fourth gear,its probaly rounded off,.the teeth are probaly worn way down.
It depends on the gear ratio of the rear ends. You can find this out in the glove compartment of your truck. It should tell you there. Hope this helps you out.
The ratio is the driven gear divided by the driver gear. This determines the gear ratio.
Gear ratio of bevel gears isnumber of ring gear teeth divided by number of pinion gear teeth.
Probably a 3.08 gear ratio.
no, the carburetor has nothing to do with your gear ratio.