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I doesn't say if they are high pinion, ill call and ask, if they are im buying a set!!
 

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Woo Hoo, I just ordered mine. <IMG SRC="smilies/biggrin.gif" border="0">

Thanks Bjowett, you da man.

I asked how many were in stock... she described it as a 'handful, less than 10' but did not know exactly how many.
 

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Yeah, I knew allpro had em'... but they aren't $199.

Any deal I find, I pass on....

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High pinion refers to the style of third member. In a high pinion the pinion exits on top as opposed to on the bottom. If you saw pictures you'd understand. And since the thing is upside down the gears turn in the opposite direction. So the high pinion gears are also called reverse rotation gears.
 

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Originally posted by BigBadBob:
<STRONG>High pinion refers to the style of third member. In a high pinion the pinion exits on top as opposed to on the bottom. If you saw pictures you'd understand. And since the thing is upside down the gears turn in the opposite direction. So the high pinion gears are also called reverse rotation gears.</STRONG>
No, its not just upside down and the gears turn the same direction as before or else your transfer case or axle would have to turn the opposite direction. <IMG SRC="smilies/rolleyes.gif" border="0">

"Reverse Rotation" is incorrect too. If anything, it should be called "Reverse Cut" since the gears have to be cut differently so that they mesh w/ the pinion in the different location (above axle centerline instead of below). <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">

[ 08-22-2001: Message edited by: ErikBeeb ]
 

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Beeb laid it all out correctilily <IMG SRC="smilies/wink.gif" border="0">
 
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