Is 4.09 the functional equivalent of 4.10?
I've been looking at gear sets for my Dana 30 front and Dana 44 rear. I find that a 4.09 is available for one, and a 4.10 the other in many cases. Can you use a 4.09 on one end and a 4.10 on the other without ill-effects?
Yes that is normal, that is because of different ring gear diameters.
Originally Posted by Kerndone
'98 Sport, 4.0, AX-15, D44, 3.73, stock w/ 10k original miles
Gone - 2000 Sport, 1987 YJ, 1997 SE, 1998 XJ
Originally Posted by SecondTJ
fords were notorious for this because the 9" gears were different than dana gears. 4.09/4.11 is way close enough.
I install gears!
lots of gears
gears that make you go, gears that make you slow.
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