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post #1 of 10 Old 01-25-2012, 10:03 AM Thread Starter
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need some help!

alright i just got my truck 4 days ago and im new to PSD and my question is how to figure out what gear is in my truck! ill try and get some pictures up of her soon!
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Should be on the door sticker. If not check the rear diff.
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^^^ what he said... what is your axle code listed on the sticker?

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it says "c9" is that right?
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what rpm are you running at 65 in overdrive? ive got 4.10s and i spin 2100 going that fast. i think th 3.55 trucks do like 1800 more or less in overdrive at that speed

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what rpm are you running at 65 in overdrive? ive got 4.10s and i spin 2100 going that fast. i think th 3.55 trucks do like 1800 more or less in overdrive at that speed
pretty sure its like 1800 but take that with a grain of salt im not real sure..
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you have 3.55 limited slip

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you have 3.55 limited slip
haha! thanks man your just jumping from one of my posts to the other! i like it! thanks!

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thats how i roll, im a post *****, btw axle code with limited slip are denoted with a letter than a number, c9 is 3.55 limited slip, 39 is 3.55 open

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wow you learn something new everyday! thats a good piece of info!!

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