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Old 08-19-2013, 08:50 AM
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1984 F150 axle ratio ?

1984 F150 straight 6, auto has "17" on the door post information label for the axle code. I could not find this on the axle ratio charts that I found. Does anyone know what it is ?
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Is there still a tag on one of the bolts on the rear end/ if so it will tell the ratio, should be stamped next to the bolt hole, something like, 3.25 or 3.00.
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Presently I can not get to it. It is on the ground under the truck.
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17 is a 2.47 to 1 ratio rearend.
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