Alright I have searched these threads 'ad nauseum' and have not come across this question, or a picture to reference. Hopefully I will be able to manipulate my computer to post the picture. I am replacing my wheel bearing. Per majority opinion, I purchased a new retainer plate from SSS, Timken SET 10 bearings, and Chicago Rawhide seal. I take it all to the local parts store with a press, and leave the axle shaft etc. He does the job looks fine. I get home and open up my trusty IH Scout II Truck Service Manual. I compare the picture to what I have in front of me. It appears that my bearings are reversed. In the manual, it appears that the inner cone has a ridge that meets the outer diameter of the race, this is all one unit when installed and breaks free upon installation. Well it looks like the race is facing the outside of the axle, by comparison. So I return the next morning to the parts store with my axle and my manual. The guy says there is only one way that the bearing meets the hub end. He pulls another bearing from the racks and shows me where the bearing meets the axle, it is bevelled on one side. I am at a loss for words here, but the bearing mates up to the curved edge of the axle shaft and hub. And the other flat edge fits up to the flat edge of the retainer ring. He explains the variance in the shop book as it's a newer type of bearing. He makes a convincing argument, so I leave. But I am concerned still that the race will be sitting in backwards. I hope I have made sense. I will send this then attempt to add pics. Maybe you guys have seen this or know of a newer SET 10. Thanks.