Measuring Your Nissan Xterra Rear Drive Shaft
We build a drive shaft using 1310 Series U-Joints.
Figure 1: Xterra Rear Shaft
If your differential is using a flange we will build an adapter to attach to the stock pinion flange and then the drive shaft bolts up to the adapter. This package sales for $599.00.
You will also need to make sure your drive line geometry is set correctly for smooth operation.
Figure 2: Double Cardan (CV) Drive Shaft
Pinion is set correctly when it measures 1-3 degree’s lower than the drive shaft slope.
You will need to ship us the Reverse Slip yoke that slides into the back of the Transfer Case so it can be modified to have a flat flange.
Figure 3: Reverse Slip yoke before
Figure 4: Reverse Slip yoke after
Once we have received your reverse slip yoke to be modified, it may take a couple business days to modify your part. When complete, we will typically ship the following business day.
Figure 5: Stock Xterra Rear Driveshaft
Please determine how your drive shaft attaches at the differential end and Measure for length.
Figure 6: Stock Xterra Rear Driveshaft
Figure 7: Stock Xterra Rear Driveshaft
Figure 8: Flange measurement A, B and C