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Old 07-10-2004, 11:01 PM
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what size axle is in the 00-01 lightings? and what gear set? thanks
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I'm pretty sure its a 9.75 with 4.10s.

It has a pretty tight limited slip on it too.
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2000 came with stock 3.55 rear gearing ratio. Mustang was right, though, about the 9.75.

Most performance enthusiasts have modified rear end gears to 3.73.
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99 & 2000's came with a 3.55 gear set and the 01 and up have 3.73's installed in them. There is a tag on all of the housings that will say what ratio is installed. All have 9.75 ring gear sizes.
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