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Old 02-25-2020, 11:39 AM
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Look at Nissan exterra front cv, they bolt on similar to vw iirc

Looks like pathfinders
http://www.nissanpathfinders.net/for...hats-the-diff/

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Old 02-25-2020, 11:46 AM
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They appear to be closer to S10 CV axles than VW. 27 spline on one end, 29 on the other. It's something to consider. Also, the overall length is 25". So with running an 8.5" wide spool with flanges, that's 58.5", not including tires. Which would be pushing it for the trailer I'll have. The trailer I have for it was going to be an Ice Fish house, made from 11ga 3'x3" square tubing, 6'6" wide, 10' long.
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Old 02-25-2020, 11:50 AM
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Look above post
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Pictures didn't load before I posted above. But, yes they are similar with how the stub axles bolt onto the CV axle.
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Old 02-25-2020, 12:07 PM
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I updated pathfinder , not an xterra and added pathfinder link thats why no pics
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What years would those be from? The Pathfinder has gone through several redesigns over the last 20 years.
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I will ask the president of nissan owners group and let you know details
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Xteras, frontiers from 99-2004 all had them. Titans and Armadas from 2004-2015 had larger ones.

Pathfinders from 87-95 should have them or aftermarket ones don't come apart like that. (don't bother with these)

You want to stay away from 2nd gen xterra and fronties 2005-now

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Sounds good, thank you for looking in to it.
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Food for thought, 1310 series u-joints have 30⁰ max working angle with a max Rpm of 6000.
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Just happened across that I guess the Vanagon cv axle is pretty much the exact same as the 930/944 cv axle? But a lot cheaper because it says VW. Looking into is a bit, may yet again change my mind.
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