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Old 09-17-2021, 07:45 PM   #21
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Apologies if I'm highjacking this thread.
Here is my passenger fender. Can some one tell me where it "should" be. I think it came off a long time ago
Sorry it's a crappy pic

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The photo is tiny. What is that box on the fender?
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Apologies if I'm highjacking this thread.
Here is my passenger fender. Can some one tell me where it "should" be. I think it came off a long time ago
Sorry it's a crappy pic
I can't make anything out in the picture but if you have a 2wd 4cyl base model almost guaranteed it's either an HF35 or HF37 axle.
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The black and blue boxes are relays.
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Old 09-20-2021, 12:33 PM   #26
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about here...

I don't see a pic of you posted one.
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Here is where my newbieness shows. Instead of cutting off the coil buckets and link mounts, can you convert the rear to link and coilovers? Or would you not want to do that?
Sure can. It's only steel. Make it do what you want it to do.
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A D21 V6 2WD H233B makes for a good swap if you can find it. Right width, right perch width, higher gearing. I swapped out the H190 on my 98 Frontier with one, added WD21 discs, added LSD. Went from 3.7 to 3.9 gears, corrected with new speedo pinion. Spliced the OE parking brakes to the WD21 cable housings. Added WD22 sway bar.

Write-up here: https://www.clubfrontier.org/threads...brakes.367791/

I agree that the Nissan axles are stout, but I've busted spider gears in the H190 before. Did the swap because I hoard Nissan axle and differential parts.
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