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Identifying the Differential
Topic:Driveline and Differential   Date: 2008-02-04
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The rear differential has a number stamped on the rear, pasenger side: C-30294. I couldn't find this referenced anywhere.


There is also a patent referenced, US PAT 1968618:


This patent number is for a driving axle from 1934. I found one reference to this patent number on the differential for The Putt-Putt. The tag says 46-13 and 3.54. This means 46 ring teeth and 13 pinion teeth. 46/13=3.54. This is the ratio:


On the lower, rear, passenger side of the differential the type of differential is listed, at least on Dana/Spicer differentials. This is a Dana 44:


There are 10 bolts:



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