How to Identify the Axle Ratio on a 1999 Suburban?

Answer Knowing the axle ratio for your 1999 Chevrolet Suburban is required if you want to change ratios to either improve towing and pulling power, by moving to a lower (numerically higher) ratio, or impr... Read More »

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How to Figure an Axle Gear Ratio?

If you have a hot rod, a restoration project or if you're looking for the best towing performance, chances are you want to know what your gear ratio is. A numerically low gear ratio can deliver lo... Read More »

How to Determine the Axle Ratio in a Dodge Ram?

When determining the axle ratio in a Dodge Ram for the purpose of changing to a different ratio, several things should be considered. On newer vehicles, the shift points in the transmission, the sp... Read More »

How to Find a Truck Axle Ratio?

Knowing your truck's axle ratio is important information if you are reprogramming you speedometer computer or want to replace the gears to retain your truck's stock acceleration after installing la... Read More »

How to Find the Axle Ratio for a 2003 GMC Sierra?

The 2003 GMC Sierra features four-wheel, anti-lock disc brakes, front airbags, auxiliary power outputs, dual-zone air conditioning, split bench seats and power steering. Optional engines for the 20... Read More »