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Old 04-29-2014, 10:35 PM   #1
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I,m trying to figure out the spec's on my rear end, I know it's a 3.55 and that's about it..... I'm looking to buy 4.10 gears for my rear diff and would like some help. I still have the two tags on the back of the rear diff cover
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Check the axle code on your door jamb sticker and look it up, Or on the tag if it says 355 it's open, if it says 3L55 it's L/Slip
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im at 100k miles on powertrain would it be wise to do a rebuild on the rear end when I get gears for it....?


what are a good set of gears (brand names) ive got 3.55 but want 4.10's


how do I know if I have a 8.8 or a 9 rear end??? I'm not great on decoding the rear end
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If you have a 4.2L or 4.6L it's a 8.8", if it's a 5.4L, 5.0L or Eco it's a 9.75"

Randy's Ring and Pinion will have everything you need!!

Yukon is a great brand!!

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