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Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

Guys (and gals)

If reverse rotation R&P's were available for the Sammy, which would allow you to spin the diffs 180* for high-pinions (lessened driveline angles), would you buy them? What if they cost a little more than regular r&p's?
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Re: Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

Yes, but they would likely be coined as "experimental".

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LOL!!!
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Re: Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

howdy,
the higher cost of reverse R&P's would off set the cost of new spring pads. the only problem i could see is that most of us would not like to flip our axles because we have already spent money and time welding our spoa lifts on. i cost see this as being a nothing lift type. just my .02 cents.
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Re: Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

howdy,
wait after thinking would you just be rolling the carrier over or the whole axle?
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Re: Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

Just the carrier flipped, would eliminate the need for a front CV shaft and would allow some other suspension options. Would be a great item. Yankee, I will talk to you about it this weekend!

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howdy,
i'd go for it.
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Great, Tim.

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Re: Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

Don't some of the later non us Zuks (Jimny) already have Hi-Pinion diffs and gears?
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Re: Reverse Cut R&Ps? High Pinion Diffs?

Yep, they sure do.
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