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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by hugejp » 07 Aug 2017 08:29

Tinus lotz wrote:The 4.5 diff locker fits on 4.8 anton and errol repaired his one 4.8 with a 4.5 diff center

Was this a manual 4.8 with a H260 rear? Does this mean H260 intenals fit into the H233???
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by Peter Connan » 07 Aug 2017 09:50

No, 233 and 260 won't be interchangeable.

I think manual 4.5's have 260's and autos have 233's?
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by Russ Kellermann » 07 Aug 2017 11:40

Why won't an E-Locker Fit ?..... they sell them for Patrol, front and rear.

Regardless though, this is what gives me the absolute Shits when it comes to Nissan and Patrols.

Honestly, for people who use their vehicles and enjoy upgrading/ improving them,...a Land Cruiser is simply a much better buy. There, i said it. Sad but true.
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by pdasilva » 07 Aug 2017 12:11

I replaced my locker with an ARB unit.

So yes the ARB is available for both the larger 260 and the 233 diff.

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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by biggles » 07 Aug 2017 12:58

Russ Kellermann wrote:Why won't an E-Locker Fit ?..... they sell them for Patrol, front and rear.

Regardless though, this is what gives me the absolute Shits when it comes to Nissan and Patrols.

Honestly, for people who use their vehicles and enjoy upgrading/ improving them,...a Land Cruiser is simply a much better buy. There, i said it. Sad but true.
It boils down to the Australian Market. The biggest market for Patrols... and they did not get the OEM difflock. They have a LSD (if my reading is correct). The diff housing is different and thus excludes the fitment of the e-locker to our diffs. If you do not have a OEM difflock you are smiling.

As for LC... if you drove a landcruiser you would be herd mentality and putting in an ARB anyway :mytwocents:
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by offroadbiker » 07 Aug 2017 13:28

biggles wrote:
Russ Kellermann wrote:Why won't an E-Locker Fit ?..... they sell them for Patrol, front and rear.

Regardless though, this is what gives me the absolute Shits when it comes to Nissan and Patrols.

Honestly, for people who use their vehicles and enjoy upgrading/ improving them,...a Land Cruiser is simply a much better buy. There, i said it. Sad but true.
It boils down to the Australian Market. The biggest market for Patrols... and they did not get the OEM difflock. They have a LSD (if my reading is correct). The diff housing is different and thus excludes the fitment of the e-locker to our diffs. If you do not have a OEM difflock you are smiling.

As for LC... if you drove a landcruiser you would be herd mentality and putting in an ARB anyway :mytwocents:
I have LSD and not the OEM difflock, so there is hope for me at least...
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by Russ Kellermann » 07 Aug 2017 13:40

biggles wrote:
As for LC... if you drove a landcruiser you would be herd mentality and putting in an ARB anyway :mytwocents:
Hahahahaha,.. true.... those okes cant walk past and ARB locker without buying it. ... And then complain daily about how poorly they work.
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by SJC » 07 Aug 2017 15:02

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Peter Connan wrote: I would say your best option is to give Ronald Hairbottle of 4x4 Traction in Polokwane a call and discuss the options with him?
Agree, I also did sent him a mail earlier today to see what he can recommend for the rear diff, will post here when he responds. (prob. tomorrow :think: ).
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"Daar is net ARB Air Locker en die Chinese HF locker beskikbaar vir die H260, of dit nou 34 of 37 spline is.

Vir die H233B met 33-spline, kry jy ARB Air Locker, Chinese HF locker, asook LockRight, TJM Pro Locker en Eaton E-Locker.

Ons het ook nou ’n supplier vir low range gears opgespoor."

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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by biggles » 07 Aug 2017 15:24

SJC wrote:
SJC wrote:
Peter Connan wrote: I would say your best option is to give Ronald Hairbottle of 4x4 Traction in Polokwane a call and discuss the options with him?
Agree, I also did sent him a mail earlier today to see what he can recommend for the rear diff, will post here when he responds. (prob. tomorrow :think: ).
Response:

"Daar is net ARB Air Locker en die Chinese HF locker beskikbaar vir die H260, of dit nou 34 of 37 spline is.

Vir die H233B met 33-spline, kry jy ARB Air Locker, Chinese HF locker, asook LockRight, TJM Pro Locker en Eaton E-Locker.

Ons het ook nou ’n supplier vir low range gears opgespoor."
Have been warned off the Hong Fong Chinese locker by two people now. Mike Swann and Cape Transmissions who had installed one and were battling to get it to work correctly.
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Re: Rear Diff Lock Options

Post by ChristoSlang » 07 Aug 2017 19:18

pdasilva wrote:I replaced my locker with an ARB unit. So yes the ARB is available for both the larger 260 and the 233 diff.
It is indeed available!

I gave up on the Nissan locker's endless problems and fitted an ARB many years ago. It's engages instantly, has never given me a day's trouble, and I now have a backup air compressor to inflate tires in case my primary air system should fail :thumbup:
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