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The Super Duty nomenclature was introduced in 1998 for the 1999 year model. I think when it states F350 and the Super Duty separately, they are referring to the older model years for the F350.

That said, the second Blue Oval table (below the long "master list") shows a list of codes for the 2004 Super Duty .... and it does state that the code 41 is a 3.73.

The next table below that shows the 2007 axle code of 41 is a 4:10.

So it looks like Ford changed that designation after 2004.

My 2006 WorkShop Manual specifically states that 41 is a 4:10 rear end.

Edit - just looked in my 2004 WSM and it states that a code 41 is a 3.73 rear end. So it changed in 05 apparently.

So your 04 F350, w/ code 41, will be a 3.73 (non limited slip) ratio as you stated. Interesting change. Thanks for being persistent with me - I learned something new.
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The Super Duty nomenclature was introduced in 1998 for the 1999 year model. I think when it states F350 and the Super Duty separately, they are referring to the older model years for the F350.

That said, the second Blue Oval table (below the long "master list") shows a list of codes for the 2004 Super Duty .... and it does state that the code 41 is a 3.73.

The next table below that shows the 2007 axle code of 41 is a 4:10.

So it looks like Ford changed that designation after 2004.

My 2006 WorkShop Manual specifically states that 41 is a 4:10 rear end.

Edit - just looked in my 2004 WSM and it states that a code 41 is a 3.73 rear end. So it changed in 05 apparently.

So your 04 will be a 3.73 ratio as you stated. Interesting change. Thanks for being persistent - I learned something new!
Interesting that they made that change. One can only wonder as to what prompted their decision making in the process. From what I can tell, I'm missing the ID tag on the chunk. Although, I did find a fluid marker.

That's nice information, I don't have enough shop manuals from the prior and following years to gather the extra info to make a comparison. Thanks for researching that.

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I just crawled under my 05 to look for the sticker on the front axle tube, it doesn't have it like my 2000 did. I believe it had one on the rear axle tube also that listed the gear ratio and if it were limited slip or not
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I just crawled under my 05 to look for the sticker on the front axle tube, it doesn't have it like my 2000 did. I believe it had one on the rear axle tube also that listed the gear ratio and if it were limited slip or not
I'll need to really look again in the daylight this weekend.
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@5.9and6.0 I've got some friends that have had theirs done, it seems like it still cost them 3-4k.

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