Thread: One piece rear driveshaft conversion for a 00' Frontier

  1. #1
    Join Date
    Mar 2012
    Colorado Plateau

    Question One piece rear driveshaft conversion for a 00' Frontier

    Search yielded little so.... I am suffering trough another support bearing debacle 00' frontier King Cab. I just had it replaced less than a year ago when I blew out my clutch, and am starting to suspect it's a byproduct of the lift on it (3")? Should the tranny be shimmed or something? Anyways I am now considering converting to a one piece shaft. I can clearly understand the pros, but what are the cons and just how difficult will this be to do? I thank you and Gypsy (the truck) thanks you!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Mental State
    Hi Gypsy88. Wish I had useful knowledge or information for you, but I don't. There are people at RoninWheelers ( that have done extensive modifications of Nissan's, and they might be able to give you good feedback.
    Sam - The Doggie Chauffeur

  3. #3
    Join Date
    Jan 2006
    Calgary, Ab
    Get the one piece shaft from 2001 or 2002

  4. #4
    Join Date
    Jul 2008
    Sand Lake, AK
    Post #28 in my build. Easy fix, I got mine from a 2002, put some new dana spicer 1310 u-joints and called it done.
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