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Okay I looked over the rear gear section that gave codes went down the street to see what gears the blazer I want parts of of had and this was typed in the dash H04 - 4.11 rear Rat.
What the fock does that mean did I just miss somethin' on the stiky or what???
 
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it is an s-10 blazer and I couldn't find 4.11 gears on the sticky I wasn't sure if I was looking at something wrong or if they did send out a few with 4.11 along with 4.10
 
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and I didn't see the code for limited slip. I might of missed it but I thought all or almost all 4wd's had limited rear ends that was the main reason I was looking at this rear end was to get both wheels spinning off the line
 

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you dont want factory limited slip.....its better in snow than a one-tire-frier but on hard pavement it will bang in and out so fast it will wish you had a one wheel wonder again..... the newer limited slips are alot better....... pluss the older ones were weak and tended to blow apart.... mine hasn't though....fortunatly
 

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G80 is the code for posi's i believe. as far as i know, ZR2's and ZQ8's come stock with a posi. a normal 4x4, that was probably an option. and i think 4.11's are ford gears.
 

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ZQ8's did not come standard with the locking differential and early ZR2's didn't either. as for the 4.11's, they were actually used. i believe it was a 37/9 count on the gear which was replaced by the stronger 4.10 ratio later with 41/10.
 

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the locking differential in a 95 ZR2 was optional though. i've actually worked on a couple that didn't have that option. pretty useless of an off-road package to not have it standard. i believe it was 98 or 99 when it became standard/required.
 
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