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Old 02-26-2007, 10:12 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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32 Spline Front Output in Scout d300

I've asked before but never got an answer. Has anyone successfully used the JB Conversions 32 Spline front output upgrade in a scout d300?

I asked JB and they indicated that it isn't meant for a Scout case but were no sure as to whether it could be made to work.

Thanks in advance.

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Old 02-26-2007, 01:27 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Personally...

I wouldn't worry about it...I would not polish that box on the front. The amount of loading that I have researched is proportioned more to the rear. That is where all your torque and weight bias is directed...

Not real world proof...BUT...

I would save the bling on the front...do the rear...and wheel.

(I have a stock Dana20 behind a 472ci Caddy motor and built TH400 with 4.10 diff gears...)

I finally broke my first rear Dana20 output...and I am not really kind.

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I would save the bling on the front...do the rear...and wheel.
I swapped in a AA rear output last year. Since I've got the case out to do a tera 4 to 1, I figured I might as well upgrade the front for sake of complete overkill.
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I know Chris from Rock Tech has done the conversion. The kit is realatively inexpensive I think it's half the price of the rear, the case needs to be machined which does brings the cost up but wtf might as well since it's all apart.
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Thanks Joe. I called Chris and he confirmed that he has done it and the modifications needed are the same as those needed to put the shaft in a Jeep d300.
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I swapped in a AA rear output last year. Since I've got the case out to do a tera 4 to 1, I figured I might as well upgrade the front for sake of complete overkill.
It's not overkill, killed the front output on my Jeep 300, made a trip to the Rubicon less fun

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I agree, peace of mind is never overkill--especially for only $180.
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