I didn't put M205 cause it doesn't say that, but are't all Titan front diffs M205's. But I thought you guys would like to see this. Iknow lots of people who deal with this guy and he very reliable, so you might want to call him and find out more. I won't have a M205 for a while and it's late so I'll let one you guys call who are seriously interested.
How awesome would this be, an M226 out back and an M205 in front both locked with the flip of a switch
Gonna start a savings fund just for this, for my Pro...only need the front goodies
There is no "factory" locker for a m205. I can only assume it's something mislabeled.
Yeah I realized that, that's what caught my attention. Maybe it's meant as factory brand. Are the M205's made by Dana/Spicer like the M226's are? That's what I figured it as, unsure till later and yeah it's pricey for sure.
That's bizarre. If you do a web search for the part number, a ton of places carry it. They all call it a "factory electronic locker - front" or some variation of that and not a single one has a description of the product. Even Rock Auto supposedly carries it (it says there is 1 left).
EDIT: Curiosity got the best of me. I just emailed Dana Spicer.
The front M205's are indeed made by Dana/Spicer. Have a Dana stamp right on the housing. They also take fairly common bearings (at least that's what my gear guy told me.) Set 10's I think but don't quote me on that.
I swear I've seen this someplace before. I think it's mislabeled. Why in the hell would Dana/Spicer all of sudden magically build a locker available via the aftermarket that they didn't sell to Nissan directly to go in the trucks?
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Last edited by westracing01; 01-24-2013 at 08:54 AM.
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