Several ways: 1) put one rear tire on a jackstand and see if the vehicle will drive off the stand - if so it's locking/limited slip. If not - open. 2) Lift the entire rear end up and w/the tranny in neutral spin one tire by hand. If the other spins the same direction it's a locking diff - if it spins the opposite direction - open diff. 3) Put one rear tire on grass and the other on pavement and floor it. If the one in the grass does all the spinning and you barely move - open. If you put rubber on the pavement - locking. 4) VIN Code will tell you.
More comments: The locking rear axle on the later model Safari/Astro is a "fly weight" locker that works like an open axle until it senses too much speed difference between the two rear wheels. When that happens, there is a fly weight that is thrown outward to lock the rear axles. So, Item #2 above, won't work on this axle if you turn a wheel by hand since you can't get enough speed difference (unless you are Superman). Items #1&3 will work OK, just be careful. Regarding Item #4, the VIN won't tell you about the axle. The easiest way to determine if van has a locker is to look on the RPO code placard on the edge of the passenger front door. If it has "G80" listed, then the van has a locking differential. If no G80 listed, then it is an open axle. By the way, if it has "GU6" listed, the van has a 3.42:1 axle ratio. If it has "GT4" listed, the van has a 3.73:1 axle ratio.
Jack up the rear of the van. Place the gear selector in neutral. Rotate the rear tire by hand. If the opposite tire revolves in the same direction then it is posi. If the opposite tire revolves in the opposite direction then it is not posi.
Check the SPID in your glove box. one of the G** Codes will be the rearend ratio G80 means you have a locking(posi) Rearend. GU2 AXLE REAR , 2.73 RATIO GU4 AXLE REAR , 3.08 RATIO GU5 AXLE REAR , 3.23 RATIO GU6 AXLE REAR , 3.42 RATIO GU7 AXLE REAR , 2.77 RATIO GU8 AXLE REAR , 3.90 RATIO GT2 AXLE REAR , 4.77 RATIO GT3 AXLE REAR , 4.55 RATIO GT4 AXLE REAR , 3.73 RATIO GT5 AXLE REAR , 4.10 RATIO Anything else, let me know, I'll look it up. (cortex454 at gmail dot com
my 2002 never has ...I know there is a "height sensor-proportioning valve" located above the rear axle which should prevent the rear brakes from locking... when you brake the weight of your Tracker goes forward and the rear actually lifts... this device lessens the pressure to the rear brakes momentarily so they don't lock...
Floor it. If both tires burn rubber or turf grass you have locking rear. Lift both rear tires off the ground with your transmission in neutral turn one wheel in a forward direction, if the other goes in the same direction you have a locking differential, if it turns in the opposite direction you don't.
I've been looking for a rear axle for an 04 Titan as well. However, our 04 Titan had a recall and was replaced with a 2005 Titan rear axle. Unless you know a friend in the auto industry a rear axle is going to cost you over $1000. Check out http://www.automotix.net/ They actually have some good deals for the rear axle. We called Nissan dealership and a brand new one would cost at least $1200 or more. Channary
ANSWER:For the front wheel on most bikes, it wont matter. On The one I had, the rear axle had a specific groove for where the sprocket went and the axle wasnt interchangeable. You knew right away if It was on backwards because the chain wouldn't go on the bike. For the newer bikes, I truly don't know.
You start by identifying what's wrong with them, first. Don't really know how we're supposed to tell you what you need to do to repair them when we don't even know if it's the axle shafts, axle shaft housings, rear end gears, or some other component which needs repair. It kinda seems like you're in over your head here, and maybe should let a pro handle this one.
your bike is shaft driven so they are eaiser than chain or belt driven motorcycles. just remove brake lever that goes to rear wheel ,but just the end on the rear brake drum.then remove cotter pin and axle nut. remove axle the tire pulls out and off. when putting back on just side tire back between forks lift push forward ,replace axle, spin tire to assure splines align to together you 'll know when they seat. the gears mesh to together. real easy. axle ,axle nut , tighten accordinly replace cotter pin ,then rear brake lever keeping a eye on where the needle points to when removed.this is a brake lever indicator adjustment. your done
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