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Old 03-20-2019, 03:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default ISO 2002 XL-7 rear diff or R&P, MT 4.30 gears

Title says it all, mine is toast. I'm learning the MT diffs are not easy to come by. Thanks!
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Title says it all, mine is toast. I'm learning the MT diffs are not easy to come by. Thanks!
A lot of parts for vehicles that old are hard to find. And with Suzuki out of North America, it's going to get harder. Last year I could find parts in the u pull yards all over the place, always 6 or more vehicles, this year none or maybe 1.
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I thought all the 2002 XL7 ratios were the 5.13?
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I thought all the 2002 XL7 ratios were the 5.13?
For autos, yes. Manuals have 4.30 gears. It's tempting to just go all in and throw a lift on, get some bigger tires, and swap to 5.13s.
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