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check your end links on your sway bar

as far as the diff goes you would have to get a custom center pin made up that would accept 4 spider gears (pinion gears ) and the 2 side gears but then you need a carrier that seperates to do a 4 way center pin
bahahahahaha you might just be right. Last time I heard it was when the right front wheel went off a small ledge.
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Ok so i have a 2009 nissan frontier se 4x4 dose the front and rear diff work for a swap is it worth it? are there specific gear ratios i need and what potential problem might i run in to? thanks
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Ok so i have a 2009 nissan frontier se 4x4 dose the front and rear diff work for a swap is it worth it? are there specific gear ratios i need and what potential problem might i run in to? thanks
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as i told you last year i alreday had a blown front diff.
i changed to 295/75R16 and tried to avoid to much stress while offroading
so i thought im save.
last week i had my truck at the dealer to have the 60k km service done.
when i went to pick it up the technician told me that they found some parts of teeth when they were changing the diff fluid.

i need a solution for my front
selling the truck would be one, but the market for modified trucks is almot not existing in austria.
i would take me alot of time and i would only get a bad price.

titan diff would be the other one, but i have a manual.
so the gearratio is wrong.
are there aftermarket gears avaiable for the titan frontdiff even if i would need to change the rear aswell. changing to the auto ratio is not an option gg


edit: i just saw that superior is making a 4,10 gear set for the m205.
so i could put in the titan frontdiff with 4.10+ pathy halfshafts change the rear to 4.10 aswell and im done
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You are correct, but I'd wait until Superior actually releases the gears.

Also, you can find 3.36 ratio for the rear and you can run a Titan diff and 3.36 ratio front and rear, while waiting for the Superior gears to be released.
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i will have to wait... its not like i just could go out and pick up some titan parts over here

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So I recently moved from Iowa to Phoenix, AZ. On my trip down I pulled over in the middle of some pretty righteous rain to relieve myself on the side of a dirt road. Well, the dirt was actually about 8-10inches of mud(peed from the driver seat). Also I had a motorcycle in the bed along with all my crap in cab. So I go to back up and get "stuck". Put it in 4-lo and back out of the mud onto the main road. As I'm backing up I hear a POP from the front end. Don't think much of it at the time, besides I couldn't have done anything about it then anyway. So I continue on for the last 750 miles of my journey. Truck drives a-okay and makes no weird noises or anything. Well I crawled underneath it today and found something peculiar. I can move the left axle up and down and something is definitely fricked.

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as i told you last year i alreday had a blown front diff.
i changed to 295/75R16 and tried to avoid to much stress while offroading
so i thought im save.
last week i had my truck at the dealer to have the 60k km service done.
when i went to pick it up the technician told me that they found some parts of teeth when they were changing the diff fluid.

i need a solution for my front
selling the truck would be one, but the market for modified trucks is almot not existing in austria.
i would take me alot of time and i would only get a bad price.

titan diff would be the other one, but i have a manual.
so the gearratio is wrong.
are there aftermarket gears avaiable for the titan frontdiff even if i would need to change the rear aswell. changing to the auto ratio is not an option gg


edit: i just saw that superior is making a 4,10 gear set for the m205.
so i could put in the titan frontdiff with 4.10+ pathy halfshafts change the rear to 4.10 aswell and im done
thx
Is your front end locked? That could be a solution. Most suggest that the front diff is much stronger if you simply eliminate the weak spider gears that is the cause of failure. I just bought a lokka front locker for $250 USD shipped to me front Australia. The reason is to avoid front diff failure rather than increase traction.

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