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R200 rebuild

Discussion in 'S30 (240Z,260Z,280Z) Drivetrain' started by andrew muir, Apr 21, 2014.

  1. pmac

    pmac Active Forum User

    Depends how hard you look!



    Nissan didnt make bearings themselves . Youcan even see the NSK numbers one one pic.

    Here is a R200 version.....................
  2. MikeB

    MikeB Forum User

    I took the nr on mine to the local bearing guy and he said it was NLA as well, but if there's a source, will be glad to find it :)
  3. franky

    franky Active Forum User

    Mike, would the subaru part not be the same?
  4. andrew muir

    andrew muir
    Z Club Member

    Hey Rob, sorry but its just old age :rofl:
    Getting a lot of finger trouble lately, its not easy typing in the dark!!:D

    Got another diff from Smokie(Graham) Nice chap with a very nice and straight early 240z.
    So here's hoping this one is not another boat anchor!!
  5. Rob Gaskin

    Rob Gaskin Membership Secretary

    Good luck Andrew. Are you coming to Donington?
  6. Ian Patmore

    Ian Patmore New Forum User

    Got a couple of NOS Nissan ones around somewhere....
  7. andrew muir

    andrew muir
    Z Club Member

    Yes I am going to Donnington, just need to get the diff swapped out this weekend.
    I have lots of info on Bearing nos for the diff will post the info once it has been sorted etc.:thumbs:
  8. andrew muir

    andrew muir
    Z Club Member

    Right this is the info I have at present!!
    I believe all these are availiable as they are all generic bearings except for the front which is still availiable from Nissan!
    I have checked that all the bearings are availiable from SKF or Timkin! And are all fairly cheap.

    Counting from the front and backwards. This list is comprised with the help of Nissan IPC, PartsAmerica.com, MSA-catalog, and HybridZ.com.

    Front Seal:
    Nissan 38189-N3100
    Beck/Arnley 0523173 $ 6.99
    MSA 20-2505 $11.10

    Front Ball Bearing:
    Nissan 38335-N3100 new part Number 38335-N3220(this is still availiable)!!!

    Koyo type 83601A. It is a single row deep groove ball bearing with dimensions of OD = 73mm, ID = 28mm and a length of 16mm

    Front roller bearing:
    Nissan 38120-13201
    Chicago Rawhide BR32305 $26.99
    SKF 32305

    Rear roller bearing:
    Nissan 38120-61000
    BCA 32307 $56.99
    Chicago Rawhide BR32307 $35.99
    SKF 32307

    Side roller bearings: (2 ea req.)
    Nissan 38440-N3100
    BCA 30209C $57.99
    SKF 30209

    Side seals: (2 ea req.)
    Nissan 38342-N3100
    BCA 223542 $6.55
    Beck/Arnley 0521401 $5.59
    Motor City S223542 $4.24
    MSA 20.2526 $8.25

    Rear gasket:
    Nissan 38320-N3111
    (replaces old P/N N38353-N3100)
    MSA 20-2543 $3.51

  9. Mr.F


    Nissan parts all still listed, some in UK stock, some ex-Japan (3 weeks). Current prices from MJP:
    38159-N3100 front seal £6.53
    38335-N3220 bearing £23.32
    38120-13201 bearing £54.37
    38120-61000 bearing £38.29
    38440-N3111 side bearing £46.30 each (part number has superseded again)
    38342-N3100 seal £6.67 each - I keep these in stock where possible.
    38320-N3111 gasket - no longer available to UK. USA import £3.51 - if available.

    All prices exclude VAT
  10. Ian Patmore

    Ian Patmore New Forum User

    Nice bit of gathered info Andrew. I did it a while ago for my R190 diff, makes having the info handy when needed.
  11. andrew muir

    andrew muir
    Z Club Member

    Just an update, spent last night swapping over to another diff, also found a split nut on one of the driveshafts.
    Every thing now 100% so many thanks to Graham(smokie). less noise than any diff I have had before,
    I suspect pinion height and bearings gone on old diff, as the preload is way too low.
    Will rebuild it hopefully at a later date.:thumbs:
  12. jonbills

    Z Club Member

    This was very helpful, thanks Andrew.
    However, for my R200, I found the front roller bearing is a 32306 not 32305.
    Not sure if there are variations or a transcription error somewhere?

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