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Front end gears

I'm looking to buy a set of R&P gears for the front of my truck. Where can I get them. I'm having a hard time finding them online. i find gears for the rear end but nothing for the front.
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http://completeoffroad.com/wsm/c-26_...s_m35_ifs.html

If you look hard enough there are several places that sell the reverse cut D35 gears.

Edit: here's some more

http://www.performanceoffroadcenter....&filter_id=830

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Oh wow, damn gears are really expensive. I didn't know that. I though they'd be closer to $200 but not like $350
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They cost that much because they are somewhat uncommon. I'm not aware of many high pinion D35's.
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well I went to 4wheelparts.com and I used there web site and I found these gears.

http://www.4wheelparts.com/PDT24424.aspx

Now they seem to be cheaper but I found them under a list that are suppose to be for my truck. So I sent them an email asking them if they are the right ones. Anyone else ever use them?
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I'm pretty sure those are standard cut gears. If you look at the part # there is no "R" at then end, the R indicates reverse cut gears and that is what you'll need. When you do the search make sure you pick the D35 REVERSE axle. Only thing my search brings up for the reverse axle is a 4.56 ratio.
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ok well I'm going to have to search for some. I really don't want to pay $300 for a set of gears.
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check ebay.

i find good prices on gears all the time on there.
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yeah, it doesn't really look good on there 4WP is going to be my best it looks like
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