How to Identify a Chevy Rear End?

Answer A rear end of a car is the combination of the rear axle and differential gears located at the rear of the vehicle encased in either a cast-iron or aluminum housing. It converts the torque sent by t... Read More »

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How to Identify the Rear Differentials Available for a 1994 Chevy Suburban?

The 1994 Chevrolet Suburban had either the 9.5-inch, or the 10.5-inch General Motors' rear differential. According to Drivetrain's gear ratio identification page, the 9.5-inch differential appeared... Read More »

How to Identify an S-10 Rear End?

The Chevrolet S-10 pickup truck, one of the first compact models manufactured by a domestic auto maker, was equipped with three different rear-differentials, or rear ends. According to Chevy High P... Read More »

How to Identify a Dana Rear End?

The Dana Corporation manufactures vehicle differentials in tandem with the Spicer Corporation, which, according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology, "is North America's largest in... Read More »

How to Identify the Rear End of a Ford 150?

Ford motors has offered the nation valuable, dependable trucks since the 1940s. These trucks can haul up to 17,000 lbs. and may seat up to six passengers. Identifying a Ford F150 may be useful when... Read More »