So in laments terms, you are SOL on seeing the pics...
I would give you my advice, but I have a truck that was originally TTB, and I used a High Pinion Dana 30, not a 44, so im not sure how much help I could be.
But, as far as High vs. Low pinion, it really won't make too much difference in a front axle application. Both will be fine in a Ranger as far as strength goes. BUT, mathematically, the high pinion is stronger in a front application because when traveling forward, the load is applied to the load side of the ring gear and the pinion pushes the ring gear around, which puts the load on the larger inner pinion bearing. A low pinion axle, when used in a front application, puts the load on the coast side of the ring gear, and pulls the ring gear around, which puts the load on the smaller outer pinion bearing.
That being said, my Jeep has a Low pinion Dana 44 from a 77 chevy 3/4 ton, and I have had no ring and pinion issues even though I am running 38" swampers. You will be fine.