i believe all high pinion front axles are considered reverse cut. not sure what is meant by reverse rotation though. reverse cut just means the ring gear is cut opposite regular cut. it is designed that way because the pinion is placed higher and pushing in to the ring gear instead of out of it.
BTW many people mistake reverse cut for reverse rotation.
Yeah, exactly... I didn't even know there were two terms, much less a difference between them.
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