Gear Ratio Calculator

Enter the number of teeth found on your ring gear as well as your pinion gear in the boxes below to calculate their combined ring and pinion gear ratio.

Ring Gear Teeth:
Pinion Gear Teeth:
Gear Ratio:


(Confirm your answer with the standard gear ratios listed below.)




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Axle Parts


Gear Ratio Calculation Basics

Your axle gear ratio determines how many times your driveshaft rotates for every full tire rotation. For example, a 3.73 gear ratio requires 3.73 driveshaft rotations to turn your tires once around. You should be able to find your gear ratio listed on the axle tag, however, if that has gone missing, you can simply count the number of teeth on each gear and divide the number of ring gear teeth by the number of pinion gear teeth.

[ Ring Gear Teeth / Pinion Gear Teeth ] = [ 41 / 11 ] = [ 3.73 ]



Popular OEM and Aftermarket Gear Ratios

2.47 3.56 4.50 5.50
2.84 3.60 4.56 5.57
2.91 3.64 4.63 5.67
3.00 3.70 4.71 5.75
3.07 3.75 4.78 5.83
3.08 3.82 4.86 6.00
3.10 3.89 5.00 6.14
3.15 4.00 5.11 6.20
3.25 4.11 5.13 6.33
3.33 4.30 5.25 6.43
3.40 4.33 5.29 6.50
3.45 4.40 5.33 6.86
3.50 4.44 5.43




For a complete list of gears available for your vehicle, visit the Filthy Motorsports Drivetrain Shop.



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Yukon Ring and Pinion Gears




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