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Old November 1st, 2007, 02:46 PM   #1
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Can anyone tell me if the gears in a scout ii d44 front axle are standard or reverse rotation?

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That would have been a big help IF the axle was here so that I could have looked at the gears. Is it possible to JUST get a question answered on this board??
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That would have been a big help IF the axle was here so that I could have looked at the gears. Is it possible to JUST get a question answered on this board??

Nope. We will overload you with information no matter what. There was actually another thread where I posted that pic that made mention of what each of the brands were. I linked to the wrong one.
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That would have been a big help IF the axle was here so that I could have looked at the gears. Is it possible to JUST get a question answered on this board??
Yeah, look at post #2.
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Yuck it up mister. Pictures don't help much if the axle is a LONG way away from this puter. I was looking at a gear set and hadn't pulled the diff cover off yet at home. Anyway..... Thanks for the replies.
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Only if you can figure out that that Scout axle questions aren't considered Jeep Tech. :tonka:
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