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Discussion in 'Stock 1991 - 1994 Explorers' started by thomas.baker, January 19, 2010.

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      i drive a 93 eddie bauer 2dr 4x4 4.0 what gearing do i have or how can i tell, ive heard it says on the door but i looked and cant make anything of it. it looks like a bunch of random numbers and words thanks for help
       
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      it will say axel and there are 2 possable codes it will say 41 = 3.27 gear and d4 = 3.73
       
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      d4 -3.73 or better
       
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      damn i wish ihad the d4 its the LS diff
       
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      So baisically I have the good one for offroading and for bigger tires
       
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      Yes, I have 3:73 gears and LS. very helpful versus open diffs. and an ok gearing for climbing. 4:10's would be great.
       
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      My '91 axle/diffential factory gear ratio is 3:55 which is good if you want to do away with the overdrive transmission and run 31" to 33" tires.
       
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      Next time you change the gear oil, check the limited slip plates. They are like little clutch plates and wear out. Mine were gone after about 50,000 miles. I understand they are rebuildable.
       

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