Quote: Alot of front axles (Dana GM Toyota) all run a rear cut gear up front ... They drive on the "coast" side of the gears...And yes you loose strength do to the coast side of the gears are at a steeper angle..And are always trying to push away from each other...
You should include Mitsubishi in that statement, but those are low pinion setups, not high pinion. You can not flip the center over and use it as is, the pinion will be on the other side of the ring gear and reverse the drive direction. I would have thought in 20 years you would have known that.
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