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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-22-2001, 02:25 PM Thread Starter
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Drivetrain specs needed

Been looking under Kia's to see what can be robbed and used elsewhere.

Anyone with a Kia know who makes the axles and hubs? Is it AISIN?

What are the rear axle spline counts and sizes? R&P ratios?

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Re: Drivetrain specs needed

Sportage has 3 R&amp;P ratios available, but not in the US. 4.44:1, 4.625:1, and 4.78:1, only the 4.78's are available in the US. Front shafts are 1.07" thick, 26 splines, Warn manual or auto hubs. rear shafts are 26 splines, don't know the thickness. Eaton LSD available now. t-case is 1.98:1, not too low, but good enough for now.

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