C200 axle

By dmanzo57May 3, in Drivetrain. I've never heard of a C; maybe that is Powertrax's "Name" they've attached to their product which fits into the R? I sent email to Powertrax asking if they were working on a locker unit for the Nissan R differential. The response was "We are in design with the C differential I don't know if it is the same".

This was all in a table, as you can see the C is a truck differential, probably live axle. If thats that they're working on it does us no good at all. Lone, what about the possiblity that the C and R actually use the same differential? Isn't this the same as using a 4x4 LSD? Thanks, Lone. That's too bad. I've got another R on the way from Zbarn. I'll see how long this one lasts Could well be Pete, it sounds like they're using the same '' designation which would mean probably mm, might be the same internals, don't know, I just found the C in the search engine.

Could very well be though, considering Nissan's past for parts bin'ing things for lots of different models. I asked the guy at Powertrax for dimensions and spline count for the C unit. He said he would send the overall dimensions once the drawings are finalized, but did not know when that would be.

c200 axle

He did state that it had a 7. As said in earlier posts The H has been used forever, pretty much on every Live Axle nissan made with the exceptions being the V-6 models and later 4x4 models. H looks like a mini 9" ford diff. Nissan pickupmodels all models leaf spring 6-lug 3. Nissan D21 pickup Nissan Van the one that was recalled Rear axle 4. Also keep in mind these diffs are not manufactured by "Nissan" but by Fuji heavy industries, of which nissan is partial owner.

c200 axle

This is why you can find R's in scooby doos and the R's and R's in later models as scooby doo is owned by Fuji heavy industries. This means that most all Jap live axle vehicles other than toyota probably have very similar rear ends. I think the only reason Nissan went with the dana44's in the Titan was because possibly it would have cost more to ship the H's and H's across the ocean, also possibly because of the 44's aftermarket, not because of any strength issues as all who abuse R's well know.

Shoot forgot some of the datsuns with H's, including the sedan and wagon coil springthe wagon leaf springetc. Pretty neat that nissan would provide a 4-cyl. I put a rear in the wagon I used to own it made it slow, the ratio was 3.By SpiffMarch 27, in Drivetrain. I have a C with a lsd I'm putting in myonly thing is it's from a diesel so it's geared way to low 4. Pinions appear to be the same dimension but the preload spacer and also the bearings are slightly different.

The Nissan dealer told me that the best gearing to be had in a C is 4. There ls likely aftermarket gears that will fit your C with the ratio you want, but they are to spendy for me. You sure it's 4.

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Diesels are torque engines and not revers. Usually they are below 4.

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Look on the outer edge of the ring gear for some numbers stamped there like. It's from a diesel 4x4. My current H is a 4. I guess the equally gutless SD engine needs some low gearing to get going as well It's any way to low for me now that I have the z20 with turbo and a 5 speed gearbox.

I would prefer a 3. The SD22 diesels came to this country with 3. I now have lots of power, in both trucks, but the even with 3.

No they're the exact same length, and diameter. Shortnose r Did some measuring. The only difference is the preload spacer as you can see, and the outer diameter of the r bearing is slightly bigger than the c So I need to use the c bearing. I'm wondering more about what preload spacer to use, the r is a chunky item and the c looks more like a crush sleeve type, thin walled and like its a one time use and then throw away.

This is a clutch style lsd, the carrier has 10mm bolt holes so I need to drill them out since the r crown wheel uses the 12 mm bolts. The axle is from a 4x4 though so I need to cut of the mounts and fab new ones to mount it over the leaf springs. Thanks for the heads up. I got help pressing off the pinion bearings last night and got them swapped. I measured the pinion height spacers before I put them back on and turns out they where the same thickness also. Gonna try and mount it all up today.

So I put the pinion back in, and tried to put the carrier back in, but because the crownwheel was thicker and the pinion teeth where wider this pushes the carrier more over to the left or right in the picture so the stock shims won't work. Take the ring gear side pinion out completely, set the diff back in the carrier with the crown up tight to the pinion, and use a feeler gauge set to find a close thickness of what spacer you need.

But beware, people like me who set up a lot of rear ends, usually have a full selection of shims on hand to do the final fitting. Without having them is frustrating, having to run back to the dealer to pick up another shim to try. Sometimes it's best just to carry the whole thing to a dealer, who has the selection to have the gears set.

Did you actually measure the pinion depth, or did you just throw it in, with what ever shim it had on it? Yeah I've realised that and have decided to give up for now, I don't have the tools or the equipment to do this correctly. So I'm gonna call a few different shops after easter so it'll be done right.

c200 axle

I've turned the shoulder on the diff down a few millimeters before, so the bearing will slide on further. If the pinion is sticking too much toward the diff, that effects the location of the crown wheel.

I keep coming back to what the Nissan dealer told me, 4. I agree is my favorite.Required Parts: These parts are required for installing this product on your vehicle. CKSA12 air compressor extremely compact, operates up to 2 air lockers, not intended for oversized tire inflation or CKMA12 air compressor compact, operates up to 2 air lockers and will inflate tires when paired with a or CKMTA12 air compressor still compact, operates up to 2 air lockers when paired withwill inflate tires AND run air tools when paired with a and will run even faster when paired with a air tank Optional Parts: These parts are not required for installing this product on your vehicle.

ALSB3 - bracket for mounting three 3 rocker switches. Manufactured from steel and powder-coated black. Suitable for mounting both a front and rear air locker and a compressor switch.

This gives you the traction you need, when you need it, all at the flip of a switch and all within the comfort of the driver's seat. The advantage of the ARB Air Locker lies in the pneumatically operated locking system inside the differential.

When activated, the Air Locker prevents the differential gears from rotating and therefore prevents the axle shafts from turning independently of each other.

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Parts like Rear Axle are shipped directly from authorized Nissan dealers and backed by the manufacturer's warranty.Welded and Machined flat. To identify weather your Nissan truck has a C or an M Dana 44 variant differential, check your door tag for these marks. If you have an automatic transmission, the rear end will be a C with a 3. We offer the M here. I was having the rear diff serviced on my Frontier and got a quote for a new OEM cover. After checking out the forums and reviews of your products, I went with your product.

I was impressed when the cover arrived and my garage thought it was a great part. Keep up the good work. Ballistic Fab had to back order my request but kept me in mind once the part became available. They are to be applauded for remembering me and reached out first to notify me that the part was again available.

The rear diff cover arrived well packaged and complete with instructions on installation procedures. Being a "Boomer" old guy it was a real task to install the heavy duty cover. The first time was to learn with. RTV not properly spread on the surface. So it leaked. Second time I installed two nails into the diff bolt hole on the axle ; carefully applied the RTV to the surface; timed it for partial cure per factory instructions; held the new cover with both hands Finally, the cover is on; its a good fit; the Fab bolts went on well with no binding and i have the satisfaction of knowing there's more fluid to help keep the rear diff a bit cooler and for the discerning eye there is this spiffy cover on the rear diff.

Thanks to Ballistic Fab for making available functional and visually appealing after market modification parts. Possible upgrade: Mag hytech has this dipstick magnet on their diff covers to help minimize the floating metal particles in the gear oil I love the cover, but the bolts were the wrong thread pitch.

I had them all painted up and ready to go for the dealership. They ended up having to use 6 out of the 8 originals and getting 2 slightly longer ones to finish the job. I hope they don't charge me for it. Nissan C Diff Cover 7 reviews.

DIF 0 In stock. Hardware M10 x 1.Required Parts: These parts are required for installing this product on your vehicle. CKSA12 air compressor extremely compact, operates up to 2 air lockers, not intended for oversized tire inflation or CKMA12 air compressor compact, operates up to 2 air lockers and will inflate tires when paired with a or CKMTA12 air compressor still compact, operates up to 2 air lockers when paired withwill inflate tires AND run air tools when paired with a and will run even faster when paired with a air tank Optional Parts: These parts are not required for installing this product on your vehicle.

ALSB3 - bracket for mounting three 3 rocker switches. Manufactured from steel and powder-coated black. Suitable for mounting both a front and rear air locker and a compressor switch.

This gives you the traction you need, when you need it, all at the flip of a switch and all within the comfort of the driver's seat. The advantage of the ARB Air Locker lies in the pneumatically operated locking system inside the differential. When activated, the Air Locker prevents the differential gears from rotating and therefore prevents the axle shafts from turning independently of each other.

With both wheels tied directly to the rotation of the ring gear, the vehicle maintains maximum possible traction at all times. When unlocked, it operates just like a conventional 'open' differential. In addition to providing outright improvements to a 4x4's off road capabilities, the Air Locker offers significant environmental benefits.

An Air Locker equipped vehicle can be driven in a slower, safer and more controlled manner, greatly reducing the likelihood of vehicle damage and environmental impact. Air Locker Inc's ARB obligation under this warranty shall be limited to repairing, replacing or crediting at its option, any part found to be defective.

Air Locker Inc. ARB does not warrant or make any representations concerning its goods when: The products are not installed, used, and maintained strictly in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions The products are installed in vehicles that are used in competition The products are installed in vehicles fitted with aftermarket non-standard tires with diameters in excess of OEM specifications The products are installed in vehicles with engines that have been modified to increase performance Air Locker Inc.

ARB will not be liable for labor charges and other intangible or consequential losses that might be claimed as a result of a failure of any ARB component or part thereof to the extent permitted by state law. Vastly improved traction means less reliance on momentum, which reduces the likelihood of vehicle damage and environmental impact.

Easy, convenient operation allows the user to concentrate on the terrain without leaving the comfort and safety of the driver s seat. Ultra durable and extremely strong - only the highest quality materials used in construction. Incredibly simple yet effective design that employs minimal moving parts, thereby ensuring maximum reliability.

Thoroughly tested and proven design trusted and used in over 80 countries around the world. Front and rear Air Lockers available for most makes and models. Easy installation and maintenance no special tools, skills or additives required. Vehicle Applications. Warranty Information. Related Items. RD, Dana 80, 4.By ZlichNovember 17, in Suspension.

Im just wondering if their is anything different between hardbodys rear end and the older datsuns? The D21 may be wider than the drum to drum. The late 4x4s used a 4.

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The D21s with Z24i motors used a 4. After that they were all H I believe. Im just looking into the suspension right now. Im about to just get a tape measure and go to walmart and find a hardbody and measure the length from the front shackle to the back one. Are the leaf springs different at all? Yeah the leaf springs are interchangeable, but the axles are much bigger on the hardbody. The C is for all 2wd D21s, and may well have been on the s, but I thought it was still H at that point.

Im fine with doing cutouts if needed. Well if you read between the lines the early 4X4 were H Thank you Nissan for also changing the spline on the pinion so that a 4X4 yoke will not fit a 2wd H Found this out the hard way. Clarification Mike, my D21 is a 4 cylinder 4x4 extended cab, and it got the HB. I verified the vin with Nissan, though someone had swapped motors, but it's right there on the door tag too.

Mine is a late '92, so ' My 30x9. A sledgehammer will fix that, or a lift. Sawzall fixes the front edge. I know 31s will fit cause my dad runs them on his pathfinder. But I dont have a set of 32's or 33's on hand to test to see where all itll rub and if anything will get in the way besides the fenders.

I know I need some different rims for my truck all the way around cause mine have sucha negative back spacing my tires rub the frame in the back. Yeah, but Pathfinder and are vastly different with fender clearances. Trust me, anything over 30" will rub the firewall.

c200 axle

Just don't turn sharp or bottom the suspension all the way out and you'll be okay. I have an '86 2wd If its in my junkyard, can i get a hardbody axle and put pathfinder gears and disc brakes on it?

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