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Old 11-03-2020, 01:14 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Wanted: 3.52 Final drive Metro/Swift

Does anyone have an extra 3.52 set of gears laying around? I currently should have 4.39 gears and wouldn't mind the taller gearing. Will trade + cash if you want.

I found a set on ebay for $200, but would like to get it cheaper.

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Old 11-03-2020, 10:13 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I’ll look but I think I got rid of all my Metro stuff. The 3.79 ratio works well and are much more available. They come in all the 95+ four cylinder cars. The 3.52 is only in the early four cylinder single ohc cars.
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Old 11-03-2020, 10:33 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I havent verified what is in the trans I have, but its from a 98 four cylinder sedan.
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That should be a 3.79.
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Yup, should be 3.79
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Whats the easiest way to confirm? It's sitting on an old tire in the garage right now, so I could take it apart, but it's a mess so it will have to wait a bit.


My experience with fwd transmissions is very limited. Replaced a clutch once and thats about it.
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There's a 3-bolt plate on the case near the bottom. Remove that and count the teeth on the ring gear. Should be 72 teeth on your trans.

79:18 = 4.389 (1995+ & Convertible 993cc)
78:19 = 4.105 (GT/GTi & 1989-1994 993cc)
72:19 = 3.789 (1995+ 1298cc & XFi)
74:21 = 3.524 (pre-1995 SOHC 1298cc)
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Is the final drive gear part of the shaft pictured or is it pressed on? Does anyone know?
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It is part of that shaft. To change gear ratios you have to completely tear it apart.
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You can count the crown gear teeth through the oil fill hole. Just mark one tooth and start counting.

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