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K guys how the title states, i have up for sale a 2008 Nissan Titan rear end assembly axle for sale with BT gears on it, NOTE this axle is almost new only ran for about 2700 miles after it was taken off, And it will come with the drive shaft as well, 2 piece of a 2WD Titan. The drive shafts were painted flat black and is also in perfect condition. As for the rear end it comes with the E brake cables and ect. but no disk brakes, you will need to transfer yours to it or get new ones. So why i post this up?? well their is some of you who will want this to do the complete Titan swap as well as to have the 2008+ Titan axle which is more reliable then the old axle Nissan was putting on the older titan with 32 teeth, which the new one now has 35 teeth, for you info. If interested I'm asking for $500 for the rear end axle assembly and drive shafts all together, a great price if you ask me.
 

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I need the chiming in of the brains here... Mustard and Terribleone...
 

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Whats the axle code for this one? Eg c200 m226 etc

And exactly how difficult of an install onto a frontier would something like this be?

I assume you had it on your frontier allready, this is something I was definitly looking at doing down the line
 

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it was on his titan. you need a 4 bolt flange. and you need to make new mounts for your shocks. not sure about leafs. and i dont know about the abls senors either. i know there is some sort of speed cable sensor something but i havent done the swap. although i would like to. but i would just get the axles made to fit my bolt pattern.

all titan axles are m226.



location? trades? shipping? will you travel?

pm me i might be interested.
 

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Thats a great price!

the titan rear axle isnt a direct bolt on to a frontier. there will defitnly be some modification needed. IMO, the biggest benefit to doing this is so you can run your leaf springs outside of the frame rails instead of directly underneath like the frontiers are. Then you can run a much longer shock outside fo the frame rails also. like PRGs Titan. he coverted to spring under axle instead of the stock way of springs over axle.




This will offer alot more travel and bigger springs to be installed. It will also match the width of front titan suspension swap perfectly and give you the stronger m226. Plus you can install a kit like this, not bolt on but possible. http://giantmotorsports.com/content/view/48/59/ Even the tacomas have their leaf springs and shocks outside the frame rail.

Whats the axle code for this one? Eg c200 m226 etc

And exactly how difficult of an install onto a frontier would something like this be?

I assume you had it on your frontier allready, this is something I was definitly looking at doing down the line
he has a titan now... but there are a few members that have installed the titan axles in different ways then the way i'm mentioning. Rerlarson (spelling?) and TerribleOne
 

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Thats a great price!

the titan rear axle isnt a direct bolt on to a frontier. there will defitnly be some modification needed. IMO, the biggest benefit to doing this is so you can run your leaf springs outside of the frame rails instead of directly underneath like the frontiers are. Then you can run a much longer shock outside fo the frame rails also. like PRGs Titan. he coverted to spring under axle instead of the stock way of springs over axle.




This will offer alot more travel and bigger springs to be installed. It will also match the width of front titan suspension swap perfectly and give you the stronger m226. Plus you can install a kit like this, not bolt on but possible. Giant Motorsports - Offroad Race Truck Suspension Specialists | Nissan Titan 64" Long Travel Kit | giantmotorsports.com | Travel, Kit, Long, Giant Even the tacomas have their leaf springs and shocks outside the frame rail.



he has a titan now... but there are a few members that have installed the titan axles in different ways then the way i'm mentioning. Rerlarson (spelling?) and TerribleOne

greg has a ford 9" though... and he has the giant spring under kit.... but yes, you can go outside the frame rails with the bypasses you put in if you do that.
 
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