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92 mazda navajo ring and pinion gear help

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by mud_digger, June 28, 2011.

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  1. mud_digger

    mud_digger New Member

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    Hey guys just bought a 92 mazda navajo and i got a couple questions i was hoping you could help me out with. I need to replace the ring gear and pinion. So I was wondering what gear ratios will work with this car, which ration you would recomend, approximatly how much the parts will cost, wear i can purchase them, and last how hard it would be to put them in myself.
    Thanks for your help...lokin forward to reading the responses.
     
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    I only need to do the rear axel but if i am already doing that one i figure i might as well do the front as well depending on the cost. and i dont know which ratio to go with. i think its a 3.27 stock but if i am wheeling im probably gunna want something with a little power power to the wheels.... correct?
     
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    You need to do both axles at the same time or things will break if you ever put it in 4WD.

    We need more info to recommend a gear ratio. What size tires are you going to run? Manual or auto transmission?

    When I did mine I got my gears through 4 Wheel Parts.
     
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    its already gor 4.56 in the back that are fine i just ripped some teeth on the front set. and im runnin 35s
     






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