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I know this is a newbie question (thats why its in newbie tech), but how do I know what the gearing is in my truck. Its still stock (04 Double Cab w/ 3.4L Auto Tranny (there wasn't a manual offered anyway). Oh and its a TRD if that matters.

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Get your gear code from your service specifications sticker on the drivers side door jam, then go here (http://www.tacomaterritory.com/wiki/...php/Gear_Codes) and decode it.

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I know this is a newbie question (thats why its in newbie tech), but how do I know what the gearing is in my truck. Its still stock (04 Double Cab w/ 3.4L Auto Tranny (there wasn't a manual offered anyway). Oh and its a TRD if that matters.
you have 4.10s
all v6 TRDs have that ratio (up to '04 models)

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I know this is a newbie question (thats why its in newbie tech), but how do I know what the gearing is in my truck. Its still stock (04 Double Cab w/ 3.4L Auto Tranny (there wasn't a manual offered anyway). Oh and its a TRD if that matters.
Jack up the rear end of the truck. Count how many times the driveshaft/ pinion rotates per one complete wheel rotation
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Jack up the rear end of the truck. Count how many times the driveshaft/ pinion rotates per one complete wheel rotation
Thats the best and most accurate way to know. While your waiting on hold with 1-800-TOYOTA...just spin the wheel and count the driveshaft rotations. You'll have your answer quicker!

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Or I could just check the doorframe like I was told and find out that I have 4.10s.

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hey, I've got some premo property in S. Florida I'd like to show you

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I'll Take a look at it if it has sharks in the Bay! Got a couple of friends I would like to take swimming there

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Maybe not in real estate

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I'll Take a look at it if it has sharks in the Bay! Got a couple of friends I would like to take swimming there
no, it's farther inland...much farther. There is, however, plenty of water.

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My 2002 Double Cab 4x4 TRD had 4.10's until I just recently changed them out to 4.56's. Are you wanting to change your gears?
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