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Re: 9\" gear ratio identification?
Can't help you with your numbers, but, it is likely a 3.50 ratio very common.
Do you have the axleshafts in the axle? If so, if you can rotate the pinion end (either a yoke or flange there) and see the axleshaft ends move, you just need to count the number of times you turn the pinion end compared with the number of turns at an axleshaft end.
3.5 turns of pinion end to one full turn of axleshaft = 3.50:1
4.1 turns to 1 = 4.10/4.11, etc.