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14 bolt gear ratio ID - QUICK HELP

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by MTMike, Mar 3, 2006.

  1. MTMike

    MTMike 1/2 ton status

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    I got a 14 bolt I'm selling, it has stamped on the ring gear 11 41 10 77

    Is this 4:10 or 3.73?

    Thanks
     
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    sure its a 11 40? That would be 3.63.....3.73 would be a 11 41 and 4.10 would be 10 41
     
  3. MTBLAZER89

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    3.63 is what I got. I dont think I have seem 40 and 11 before.
     
  4. MTMike

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    Sorry - typo it was 11 41 10 77

    I wasn't sure if it was 41 into the 11, or 41 into the 10. So it looks like 41/11 which is 3.73's...

    Thanks!
     
  5. MT wheeler

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    what are you getting for that there 14 bolt mike?
     
  6. MTMike

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    Askin' $300 obo - prolly too much but ya never know til you try, eh? :)
     
  7. rcurrier44

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    It is alot for a 14bolt...but anythings possible.

    You going to pick up that Blaz top when you come over to wheel next weekend Mike?
     
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    I'd give ya $150 Max for it, get them all day long here at the yards for about that.:wink1:
     
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    Is it a van 14 bolt? They had weird ratios like that.
     
  10. MTMike

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    If it doesn't sell in a couple weeks I'll drop it down. I'm a businessman, what can I say :)

    Yeah I'm plannin on bringing that thing home finally - it's only been 6 months :doah: I'm hoping it'll be ready for DR06.
     
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    The 14 bolt I got rid of last month was a 41 11...I thought it was a rare combo...but I sold it with my old 4:10 gears from the 14 bolt in my truck. It was much easier selling the dana 44 than the 14 bolt.
     
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    I just bought a 14 bolt with posi and a dana 44 out of the same truck with 4.10's for $100 for the pair.
    Anyone have pics of the different lockers/posi so I can ID this one?
     
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    How is it you get the ratio by those #'s?
     
  14. MTMike

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    Divide the big number (number of teeth on the ring gear) by the little number (the number of teeth on the pinion gear)

    41/11 is 3.73
    41/10 is 4.10
    41/9 is 4.56
     

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