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Old 10-21-2010, 09:04 AM   #31
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i think 4.38 is the lowest for the h233b,pathys as well from my experience,maybe im wrong though.
that's all i've found so far... were the 4.38's from any trans/engine configuration in particular? maybe 4 cyl 5 speed?

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Old 10-21-2010, 01:40 PM   #32
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ive seen them on a lot of v6 vg30's,you could use the 4.38 in your truck,itll help with heavier rims on acceleration.
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ok... I have the ca39 axle... I know its a c200 and its a 3.9, but it wasnt listed in the main post.
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I picked up a H233B from a Pathfinder SE today from pull-a-part. $119 bucks without a core, and complete rotor to rotor. If your in the Oklahoma City area and want one, I saw at least 3 others there, all complete. Bring 22mm wrenches for the link bars (I forgot mine and had to go get'em) and get there early and beat the heat.
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Looking at my pathy axle earlier I noticed that there is a plug at the yoke on the 3rd member. Does anybody know what thats for? I assume that its something that has to do with the 4wd? I don't think that its a speed sensor since those are normally on the tranny, but I could be wrong its happened before. ha. The weenie axle in my 2wd HB doesn't have it, so again, 4wd? like a locker? I'm not familier with 4wd stuff, not my bag.
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abs maybe? sounds similar to the one on 4runners... not sure tho
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Speed sensor is what that is.
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Speed sensor is what that is.
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Old 08-07-2011, 11:15 PM   #39
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So, I'm seeing a lot of rear end swaps. I have a 97 reg cab 2wd HB with the ka24e 5speed. Pretty sure its got the h190 in it, but I'll check when I get home tonight. I want some more traction, and I want to slide it really bad. I'm tempted to pull the diff and weld the spiders. I'll get sideways and hook up straight line pretty well. However I plan on driving the truck this winter, so I'm looking for lsd instead. Is it possible to just swap diffs? Or will a whole rear end need to be swapped?
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ok... I have the ca39 axle... I know its a c200 and its a 3.9, but it wasnt listed in the main post.
Yep that was mine too. Can someone add it to the list?

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UPDATE: I HAVE FOUND A UNICORN!!!@&!!!

I found a kingcab d21 4x4 vg30i with a 5speed at the junkyard....
And the axle code was ...... HG....37!!!!!
3:7 gears FTW!!!! It's an open diff but the gears should plunk right on to my LSD H233b carrier!! no more 4k rpm at 65mph!
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