Are Rhino axles any good?
Rhino 2.0 Axles are one of our most popular axles. The shaft and CV joints are made of heat treated chromoly steel alloy, which makes them very strong and very reliable. The larger CVs and cages give them even more strength and allow them to run at very high articulation angles without overheating.
How do I measure axle length?
Measuring Axle Length For the “X” dimension (Drivers side axle) hook the tape measure on the stud (as shown) and measure to the outside edge of the end flange. For the “Y” dimension (passenger side axle) hook the tape measure on the stud (as shown) and measure to the outside edge of the end flange.
How do you measure axle offset?
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How is WMS axle measured?
So, to achieve the correct WMS measurement you need to take measurement 3A and add the thickness of one rotor hat multiplied by two . An example of this would be a 56.25″ measurement for 3A (axle flange to axle flange) plus 0.25″x2 (rotor hat thickness of . 25″) which will give you a WMS of 56.75 inches.
How is differential size measured?
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Will VIN number tell me gear ratio?
Identify the VDS section, the fourth through eighth digits of the VIN. This section typically includes information such as the vehicle model, engine size and body type. While not every vehicle manufacturer includes gearbox ratio information in the VDS, this will be where the information is found if it was included.
How do I know what size ring gear I have?
The ring gear diameter is measured across the face of the gear. To obtain the ring gear diameter, simply place a tape measurer across the gear. This can be tricky if the ring gear & carrier are still in the housing. In some cases, a differential can be identified by the number of cover bolts is has.
How do you know what gear ratio you have?
So an easy way to determine your actual gear ratio is to check the tag attached to the differential cover by the cover bolts. On the tag there should be some numbering such as 3.54 or 3.73, either of those numbers will give you the stock axle ratio.