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Old 11-04-2005, 06:52 AM   #1 (permalink)
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One Piece Shaft Length?

95 Nissan hardbody.

It has a 2 piece shaft now. Carrier bearing is toast. I'd like to convert to 1 piece shaft. Anyone know what the length from center of u-joint to center of u-joint would be at stock ride height?

I can get a rear drive shaft from an 2001 Xterra. Would this be the same?

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Old 11-06-2005, 07:41 PM   #2 (permalink)
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95 Nissan hardbody.

It has a 2 piece shaft now. Carrier bearing is toast. I'd like to convert to 1 piece shaft. Anyone know what the length from center of u-joint to center of u-joint would be at stock ride height?
Is it a King Cab and a V6? if so your in luck.


Heres the part number you need 37300-9Z000 about $245 new. Or buy a used one from a 2001-2004 CC/KC V6 4wd. Fits like a glove. Mine was $85.

http://www.nissanparts.cc/cart/?pn=37300-9Z000

I can measure if you want to have one made. But it might be cheaper to buy a new stock DANA one from your local Nissan dealer. The shafts for the American made trucks are made by Dana with 1310s. Not sure about New foundland. You have the same H233B and TX10 tcase though if a V6.



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Old 11-07-2005, 03:06 PM   #3 (permalink)
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Nice. I went looking for that thread at N4W and couldn't find it.
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Old 11-16-2005, 06:27 AM   #4 (permalink)
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Is it a King Cab and a V6? if so your in luck.


Heres the part number you need 37300-9Z000 about $245 new. Or buy a used one from a 2001-2004 CC/KC V6 4wd. Fits like a glove. Mine was $85.

http://www.nissanparts.cc/cart/?pn=37300-9Z000

I can measure if you want to have one made. But it might be cheaper to buy a new stock DANA one from your local Nissan dealer. The shafts for the American made trucks are made by Dana with 1310s. Not sure about New foundland. You have the same H233B and TX10 tcase though if a V6.



What year and make vehicle is this drive shaft out of? I've tried getting a price using the Spicer Number but have had no success.

I can get one from an 01 Xterra. Would this be the same?

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Do you have a KC and V6?

2001-2004 CC/KC V6 4wd
cc=crew cab aka double cab
kc=King cab aka extended cab
both of these have the 116" wheel base same drivetrain as my 93.

Dont use the spice number use the Nissan part number. Again these are american made trucks not sure if available where you are.

Xterra's have a smaller wheelbase have no idea what they fit maybe reg cab trucks.
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Do you have a KC and V6?

2001-2004 CC/KC V6 4wd
cc=crew cab aka double cab
kc=King cab aka extended cab
both of these have the 116" wheel base same drivetrain as my 93.

Dont use the spice number use the Nissan part number. Again these are american made trucks not sure if available where you are.

Xterra's have a smaller wheelbase have no idea what they fit maybe reg cab trucks.


Man....I dunno if that's a CC/KC Frontier or Titan or whatever the fawk Nissan makes. I'm driving this import junk becasue I'm forced to. Not cause I want to.

Ease off with the cewl pirate4x4 attitude dick weed.

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Titan is not sold in Newfoundland right.

I dont know what they call D22u's in Newfoundland. Hard Body, Frontier or Navarra. The mini truck driveshaft is what you want.

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Titan is not sold in Newfoundland right.

I dont know what they call D22u's in Newfoundland. Hard Body, Frontier or Navarra. The mini truck driveshaft is what you want.

Cheer up.
The small truck is the Frontier. Price for a new shaft from the local Nissan dealer is $430. New shaft made from scatch is $300. Driveshaft support bearing is $200. If I could find a used shaft, that be great.
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...don't they have driveline shops in Newfoundland? Go get a driveline there or get it fixed cheapa$$
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Old 11-18-2005, 03:39 PM   #10 (permalink)
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...don't they have driveline shops in Newfoundland? Go get a driveline there or get it fixed cheapa$$
What part of "New shaft made from scratch" did you not understand?

Oh...BTW....Kiss my cheapa$$!

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Decided I'd make one instead. Turned out pretty good. No vibrations up to 55mph. That's good enough for me and it cost me less than $5
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