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Old 10-22-2013, 04:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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H233b diff ratios

I am re-centering my unimog 404's with nissan patrol y60 diffs, and i'm looking for the highest ratio R&P i can get.

The highest i can find for the patrol are 3.54:1 out of a y61 4.8 petrol, these still leave me a little deep in the gearing.

I could stand to run low pinion diffs front and rear so i was wondering if any if the pathfinders or hard bodys come with anything higher in the rear?

Any suggestions?
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No. Most Y60's come with 4.1's and the common D21 / D22 ratio's are 4.3 and 4.6.
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Old 10-23-2013, 05:49 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I already have sets of 3.9:1, 4.11:1, 4.3:1 and 4.625:1 all out in my workshop.

The 3.9:1 diffs still give me 8.32:1 axle ratio which is a little deep.
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Do the Y60 axles use the same 9.17" center section as the North American H233B?

There are no reverse spiral gears available over here but we have up to 5.13:1 available for the low pinion H233B.
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Do the Y60 axles use the same 9.17" center section as the North American H233B?

There are no reverse spiral gears available over here but we have up to 5.13:1 available for the low pinion H233B.
where can I get a 5.13 31 spline complete 233b pig, is it Lsd ?
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Do the Y60 axles use the same 9.17" center section as the North American H233B?

There are no reverse spiral gears available over here but we have up to 5.13:1 available for the low pinion H233B.
The rear diff in the y60 and y61 uses the same r&p as your h233b, i am looking for a r&p in the region of 3.09:1.

A 5.13:1 r&p would put me at 11:1 in my axles which is way too deep

I was kind of hoping one of your h233b's might have been somewhere close to 3:1????
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