|| > Your gear ratio on the '94 may be a 3.42/1 or 3.73/1 and the 2.2
| > IE 4.10/1 or 4.27/1. The VIN #'s will show what they are. There may
| > metal tag showing the ratio. The 2.2 may not have the torque to pull
| > lower ratio IMO.
| Well, i was wrong on the 96's ratios. The RPO on the glove box is gt5,
| which is a 4.10 (no g80). I have not got possession of the 94 ss yet,
| but it seems 3.42 is likely. The question is how much more of a dog
| the 2.2 be if i put the 3.42 in? Then, i have to change the sensor in
| the trannie to correct the spedo?
| The 96's rear has a clunk in it and a axle seal leaking. SO this
| like a good opportunity to fix the problem. The truck was in a hard
| to the passenger rear before i got it and i was suspicious that the
| housing might have been slightly off in some way.
According to my calculator the % difference between 3.42 and 4.10 is
around 17%. This is about the difference between 235X75R15 and
I had a '87 4X4 SC PU with the 22R (carb eng) that had 33's on it when
I bought it. I couldn't use 5th gear at all. The odometer was at least
15% off as well. I put 235's on it and the truck performed like it was
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