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Old 09-07-2008, 05:03 PM   #1
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D44 International Scout Axle ???s

Hello.

A buddy could buy 2 International Scout II D44 axles. Do you know how wide they are? Wider than TJ D44 axles?

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Old 09-07-2008, 09:14 PM   #2
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i was at my buddies fab shop today and we were talking about those. he said the pinion on those is practically pointing down. on the front you really have to turn the knuckles, its doable, but not plausible for most people.

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Old 09-07-2008, 11:24 PM   #3
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I have a scout II rear D44 housing in my back yard
its a little narrower then the tj axle
but the rear axle shafts are the same size so you only have to carry one spare Versus a tj D44 you need a spare for the LF and one for the Rt


the front scout D44 is passinger side drop if I remember right
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yup the front has the passenger side drop.
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Ever make it anywhere with this?
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anyone have more information for this?
i was just wheeling in harlan and seen a CJ on 38's with scout 44 front/rear and welded and he went everywhere he wanted

thinking about putting these in my TJ
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anyone have more information for this?
i was just wheeling in harlan and seen a CJ on 38's with scout 44 front/rear and welded and he went everywhere he wanted

thinking about putting these in my TJ
I was there this weekend you talking about the white one?

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