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Absolutely. As long as the difference is within like 1% or something like that.

The reason one axle is 3.07 and another 3.08 (or 4.10 and 4.11 or 3.54 and 3.55) mostly has to do with larger axles having more teeth on the gears and so the manufacturers choose tooth counts that make it as close as possible. If I have these numbers right, the Dana 30 has 41 teeth on the ring gear and 10 teeth on the pinion gear to give a 4.10 ratio, whereas the Dana 44 will have 45 teeth on the ring gear and 11 on the pinion gear giving a 4.09 ratio.

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