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I found a twin stick D20 today which supposidly came out of a 71 Jeep. Did D20 come with twin sticks from the factory? Anyway I'm using it to replace my D18. My D18 has a 29 tooth input gear, does the D20 use a 26 tooth gear? Where can I get a 26 tooth, 6 spline gear. Quadratec and 4wd hardware seem to have every gear but this one. Thanks

 

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I thought the only D20's that were factory twin stick were out of Scouts, thats where mine came from, but I could be wrong.

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I thought they were Scouts as well.

The '71 should have a D18, not a D20, make sure the rear axle pumpkin is centered, if it's not it's a D18. The '72 and up had the D20 and the centered rear D44.

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Yup, Jeep didn't have a factory twin stick for the D20, but Scout did.
Early Jeeps had a factory twin stick for the D18.

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Yep it is a Scout D20, at least its a twin stick. ANYWAY any of you guys have an input gear for a D20? I don't feel like paying almost $100 from 4wd hardware. Or how about some urls to any good jeep junk yards.

 
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I tell you what, you want to trade your 29 tooth gear for a 26 tooth? Let me know if you want to do that.

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Denver, CO
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