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  • 62SY4
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    Yea and with only 6 teeth on the pinion imagine what would happen if say you accidentally lost one [}] in that 1/8 mile racer! BTW what rear end used the tags that are stamped vertically? I have never seen any like that.

    Jon Krimm
    1962 Lark Sedan

    1961 Champ

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  • clonelark
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    That 7:17 would be too stiff even for a 1/8 mile racer, unless you can get 8 grand out of your Stude.

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  • Carl Purdy
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    Just divided ring gear 43 by pinion 13 and you got it. 3.30769 and that's pretty close to 3.31


    7G-Q1 49 2R12 10G-F5 56B-D4 56B-F2
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  • Studeman
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    Yes,
    It's a 3:31 model 44



    **Note- NOS tags I had cad-plated


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  • John Ratliff
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    Differential I D

    I was cleaning the mud and oil off the differential today and found a tag on the cover that reads 43/13. Does that indicate the ratio?
    Also there is a 44 cast on the case. I need to order a cover gasket so do I need to order for a Dana #44?

    John Ratliff
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