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Anyone have a 10 bolt w/3.08 listed in glovebox, but really had 3.07?

Discussion in '1973-1991 K5 Blazer | Truck | Suburban' started by Silverado4x4, Feb 14, 2001.

  1. Silverado4x4

    Silverado4x4 Registered Member

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    just wondering if all the trucks (1/2 p/u in my case) that say that are really 3.07's.
     
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    Sparky 1/2 ton status

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    No, but i know 3.42 is listed as 3.4 in the glove box.

    Sparky

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  3. 78Blazer

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  4. Brians 60s

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    It is basically the same thing the factory liked to keep things like a 4.09 front end and a 4.10-4.11 rear. YOu may have a
    3.07 front end and a 3.08 rear.

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  5. UseYourBlinker

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    I did a 1984 K5. I just changed the 3.07's to 3.73's......
    1/2 ton with corp 10 bolts!.

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  6. 78Blazer

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    So it would not hurt anything say if the front was a 3.08 and the rear was a 3.07? vice versa?

    Scott
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    No it would not hurt anything....


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    You might as well consider a 3.07 and a 3.08 as the exact same gear as you are only talking about a difference of 1/100th. Having brand new tires on the front and half worn tires on the back will make more of a difference than 3.07 vs. 3.08 gears.
     

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