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Old 08-09-2011, 11:27 AM   #1
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4.11 ring gear

So this is a weird question, but does anyone know how many teeth are on a 4.11 ring gear? If you had a picture that would be even better. I am about to buy an axle and the guys says it had 4.11 gears and today he is not totally sure. If I knew exactly how many teeth it had or a picture of a 4.11 ring gear that would be very helpful. The ring and pinion is already out of the axle so a count or picture would be best.

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Count the teeth on the ring and pinion gears. Dividing the ring gear tooth count by the pinion gear tooth count will give you their ratio.

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Example, if there is 60 on the ring and 16 on the pinion then 60÷16=3.75 ratio
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