It will go into 30175, the tailshaft housing, into the large bore coming sideways toward you, upper part just behind the front flange. The boss behind the bore is for the single retaining nut that holds the retaining fork. The driven gear engages drive gear teeth cut into the outer surface of the output shaft. The driven gear housing is not shown in that diagram that I see. Note that you install the housing, rotating it in that bore so the embossed numbers on the housing that correspond to the # of teeth on the driven gear are aligned with a pointer on the tcase outputs shaft housing. The driven gear shaft is eccentric to the housing, and you rotate the housing to compensate for different driven gear diameters to ensure meshing with the drive gear teeth on the output shaft.
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