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Old 09-24-2011, 01:23 PM   #1
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I was doing some reading on drop spindles and found that some people are saying 2WD Titan drop spindles can fit on a 2WD frontier. If this is the case then one can buy the complete Titan Spinde, Hub and Brakes and put them onto a frontier.

I am just tring to confirm this or see if anyone has done this before.

I would sure like to put bigger brakes on my frontier. I have the Pro X wheels already so should have no problem fitting the brakes and rotors.

Found this information below

http://www.clubfrontier.org/forums/f...rop-kit-38120/


http://www.clubfrontier.org/forums/s...archid=3002799

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Old 09-24-2011, 11:00 PM   #2
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I believe the titans spindles only fit the d40 frontiers...the 98-00 frontiers spindles will work on the 01-04 frontiers, but you loose your abs iirc, but than again i could be wrong
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On a d40 a "titan swap" consists of the control arms and spindle, hubs, etc. It provides a lift and wider track. There is a lot of info on clubfrontier about it but very little here. If you can get your hands on a set of titan spindles, a few quick measurements should be able to answer your question.

Don't forget the titan discs will be a different lug pattern.
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interesting topic, but what would you gain besides titan breaks?
since they make drop spindles for both? idk
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I was looking for a cheap big brake upgrade I could pick up at the junk yard.
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Old 09-25-2011, 04:51 PM   #6
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On a d40 a "titan swap" consists of the control arms and spindle, hubs, etc. It provides a lift and wider track. There is a lot of info on clubfrontier about it but very little here. If you can get your hands on a set of titan spindles, a few quick measurements should be able to answer your question.

Don't forget the titan discs will be a different lug pattern.
everything u said is correct but the Titan has the same lug pattern as my D22 04 frontier
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everything u said is correct but the Titan has the same lug pattern as my D22 04 frontier
where there is your problem. the titan swap is only for the 05+ d40 frontiers. i can tell you right away that there is no way you are fitting a titan spindle on a d22 as it is huge in comparison.

however, search for a member on here named beebani. he has a 300zx brake kit that he has adapted to fit our trucks. that sounds like a much better path to follow.
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I believe the skyline, 350s front breaks swap over...pm swschz i think hes done the skyline swap
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I believe the skyline, 350s front breaks swap over...pm swschz i think hes done the skyline swap
hes 5 lugged
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Just a question, what do you need bigger breaks for? It sounds like alot of work, for what reason tho?
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