Most comon gears are the 3.50s. When its got a manual you may have 3.73s. If you are the lucky rare guy it could have 4.10s but I highly doubt it. Either way you have to do what was posted above. Find tags, take it apart, or turn the drive shaft and count how many times it takes the drive shaft to turn to make one full turn on your tires. If 3 and a half turns it 3.50s if 3 and three quarter turns its 3.73s. If its 4 turns consider yourself lucky, its 4.10s
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