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Old 10-01-2010, 03:14 PM
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95 F350 PSD Rear end ratio, how to figure out what it is?

Hello,

New here and need some help. How can I tell which rear end ratio is in this truck? It is a SC/LB w a 7.3L I looked in the archives but I don't know what my trans gear ratios are so I can't figure it that way.

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Ford Axle Code Chart .: Articles Match your door sticker axle code to the chart in this link.
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also on my 89 the rear end has a metal tag on it that has the ratio mine is 410 and i have the 460 i would assume the 7.3 uses the same
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Match your door sticker axle code to the chart in this link

Thanks, Looks like the heavy LS axles all had the 4:10 gears in 95. I can't imagine Ford would put a 3800# axle under a 350. I won't have the truck until Monday so can't be sure until then.
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