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Did they ever make these? I'm trying to work a deal through a friend of a friend and they keep tellin me they came out of a scout. They are front and rear 44's. Driver drop, SOA, disc bake front and rear with big ford pattern. I haven't seen these and should be getting a couple pics soon. Any ideas what they might have come out of?:confused:
 

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Nope,all were pass. Does it have spring pads? are they for spring under, or over? What is the width of the housing from center of top ball joint to center of the other? It may be from a Waggy, they went drivers side in the late 70's
 

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I was thnkin waggy axles, but they were 6-lug correct. The axles are supposed to be spring over, don't know if that's the way they came or if they changed it?! I don't belive the rear discs are stock either. I guess I'll have to wait to see the pics to decide what they came out of. :confused:
 

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Sounds like the axle is upside down. Scout II axles were all pass side spring under. As far as I know the Waggys are all Spring under also, but came in both spring over and under. The Scout II axles are always 5 x 5.5 pattern. Both dodge and chevy are SOA pads pass side drop.

The only drivers drop I know of are fords.
 

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Ditto! He is correct.



jdjanda said:
Sounds like the axle is upside down. Scout II axles were all pass side spring under. As far as I know the Waggys are all Spring under also, but came in both spring over and under. The Scout II axles are always 5 x 5.5 pattern. Both dodge and chevy are SOA pads pass side drop.

The only drivers drop I know of are fords.
 

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jdjanda said:
Sounds like the axle is upside down. Scout II axles were all pass side spring under. As far as I know the Waggys are all Spring under also, but came in both spring over and under. The Scout II axles are always 5 x 5.5 pattern. Both dodge and chevy are SOA pads pass side drop.

The only drivers drop I know of are fords.
My thoughts exactly. He said six lug and ruled out ford.
Ford 5-lug are also 5 on 5.5-inch bolt pattern
 

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Late model Grand Waggies had driver side drop and 6 lugs. Also SUA ;)
 

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It would be drivers side if it were a right-hand-drive Scout:flipoff2:
 
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