Hi GearMan...John Kully here...thanks for your input...If you come across a 3.90, I need it in a single axle project (restoring a 1946 Chevy 3/4 ton Pickup...with a HO72 with Eaton 4.57 gears) I am getting a set of 4.10 shipped in, to use until I can find the 3.90's...as of now with the 4.57, I can only go 38mph...the 4.10 should take me up to 50mph while the 3.90 should get me to the mid 60's...I hope...It take a long time to drive to lunch now... :) John
PS if you find a 3.90 gear set…I’ll Pay a $50.00 finder’s fee… John Kully 772-776-9790 or email@example.com
hello Gear Man. I bought an 85 toyota front axle and was told that you were the one who set up the 3rd member. Of course, I don't know if this is true. The guy's name was Ricky. He said it was an aussie locker, but it's not...not sure what it is. Looks like it may be some sort of limited slip? It has numbers engraved on the pinion and ring gear. Can it be identified by these numbers "if it's one of yours"?
Thanks in advance!
i heard you were them man to talk to about gears. i have a dana 61 front with the stock 3.07 gears in it and i want to put in 4.56's. i have seen a lot of threads about this but haven't quite gotten the exact info i need. any help you would be able to give me would be much appreciated.