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masterpiecesales
    
Factory Specs: Example: Rear End "Gear Ratio"
Looking for the info on a 1968 Chrysler Town & Country wagon. I have included pics of ID Tag for the car. I can not seem to locate this information myself, Any and All info will be greatly appreciated
posted: December 2, 2014
 
     
 
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retiredpartsman
    
if you jack up one rear wheel ,rotate it 2 turns while counting the turns of the driveshaft it will give you the gear ratio . will not work if car has a positraction rear end .
posted:  December 3, 2014
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pierce3658
    
That year Chrysler should have a 3/4 axle. Center pulls out in the front & it would have a tag on one of the nuts that hold it in place. If not you can pull it out & on the ring gear there is a tooth count so you can do the math. Most of the wagons came with a 2.73 or 3.23. Good looking Wagon.
posted:  February 7, 2015
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