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D-44 reverse rotation is the stock front axle.
4.10 was a standard gear set that was offered - 3.50 is the most common.

Do you have locking front hubs (manual) then you have NP-205 (best factory part-time 4wd transfer case ever offered in a 1/2 platform).... There is a small possibility that you have a NP-203 (Full time 4wd) that someone has converted to part-time. IF the t-case shifter has a 2WD H position on it then you have a NP-205.

35" tires (depending on brand) on 8" rims will fit a stock Bronco. There is an angled block that is part of the factory suspension and not a lift. I would bet you have the factory suspension..... They might have installed 1-1/2" - 2" leveling springs on the front (that would be my guess).

Of course you could also have the very rare Bronco High-Boy....:rofl:
 

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Thanks for the info. If it were a High Boy, how could you tell?
I will see if I can dig up the e-mail address of a guy who specializes in rare Bronco restoration. He owns one of the few know Bronco High-boys in existance. You can drop him a line and ask him what the best to identify one would be.
 
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