Understanding Gear Ratios

Applicable Years All Tinware Ring and pinion set, differential fluid Performance Gains Quicker off-the-line acceleration Tip It’s best to seek out the help of an experienced professional when changing the rear end gears. Most of us are familiar with the notion that rear-axle gears largely affect your car’s performance. The “more” gear you have, the quicker you go, right? Well, it’s not always such a black-and-white case. In fact, there are tons of variables that ultimately determine the right choice for your machine. The first thing to understand is the actual gear ratio and what it represents. The rear end

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