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the rear axle I have now has spider gears in pieces. the housing tag says 4.88 ratio, but not confirmed. front axle tag says 4.27 ratio and I confirmed that one, and explains the failed spider gears. I am thinking complete axle swap is best
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Joe Hurley
I would verify the ratio first. If you only need the spider gears they are pretty easy to change. There are no special tools needed either. That might be a viable option just to get you back on the road until you replace the axle or whatever else..
I just joined Sonora Desert Scouts last month too. I see you are upgrading your axles on a scout 80. I am looking for a full 4.27 rear differential, or a full matched front rear pair of any ratio for a scout 80. What are your plans were for your old axles? are you willing to sell them. I live in Tucson and am willing to come pick them up.
Hi Bill, Im having issues with my Duraspark conversion rotor for Fuel Injection. I followed the forum on how to build on with ford internals with the GM EST controller. I used all new parts and built my own. Im only able to get it to spark when i use my drill and bench test it. Im running my drill at a higher speed to spin it over but when i put it on the 345 and crank it it wont spark. Any ideas where to start?
Bill USN-1
Bill USN-1
The air gap between reluctor and pickup is probably too wide.
If all duraspark parts then the gap is not adjustable.
So either the parts are not correct or the pickup is bad.
If you spin with a drill low speed I normally get about .5vac and on high I get about 1-1.5vac
Is the module mounted on an alum heat sink bolted to the engine?

Better if you wouldn't use PM and just post questions and pics in the forum.
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Waz45
i used all new parts when i assembled it. I used the part numbers from the forum on the duraspark conversion. I got all the internal mounting plates from a duraspark rotor as well. I have the EST mounted on the rotor to a piece of aluminum simalar as in the fourm. i havent had much luck posting in the fourms. i will tonight tho. going to try go through it again and inspect everything and take pictures as I go.
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