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Old 09-19-2013
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scout 2 axle width

How much wider are scout 2 axles than a set of scout 80 axles?
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Re: Scout II axle width

About 1.5 inches.
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Re: scout 2 axel width

total?
Thats not bad I thought it was more. need to re-gear my scout 80 and thinking it may be a good time to upgrade axles. unless some one has some 4.88 gears....
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Re: scout 2 axel width

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Is that 1.5" per side or overall? What about the spring perches? Whats the Center to center on them veres an 800 (dana 30)?
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Re: Scout II axle width

1.5 inches overall width.
The Scout II 44 front has a spring center-to-center dimension of 31 inches, which is narrower spacing than that of a Scout 800 front axle.
The Scout II 44 rear has a spring center-to-center dimension of 37 1/2 inches, which is wider than the spacing on an 800 rear.
I don't have the Scout 800 measurements in my notes.
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