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The Nihon Sangyo Company was established in 1928. A little later, the name “Nissan” appeared as an abbreviation used by Nihon Sangyo on the stock market. The Nissan Motor Company Ltd originated in 1934 and soon after, the first cars with “Datsun” nameplates rolled off the Yokohama assembly line. A part of the Japanese industrial-military system during World War II, Nissan also produced military trucks, aircraft, component kits, and engines. The company grew quickly during the 60s and 70s becoming an international player with its own dealerships all over the world. Today, Nissan is the second biggest Japanese car manufacturer after Toyota. It has occupied almost all segments in the car market.

Our website offers one of the most comprehensive ranges of replacement drivelines and axles for Nissan vehicles. We stock premium replacement parts for the whole lineup of the Japanese manufacturer: the advanced-performance GT-R, the massive and powerful Xterra, and the compact and efficient Micra, among others. Manufactured by leading aftermarket companies from top grade metal alloys with the help of state-of-the-art production technologies, our driveline components and axles are the ultimate in strength and wear resistance. We work 7 days a week so you can contact us at any time.

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    • Cardone® Remanufactured CV Drive Axle
      (14 reviews)
      # sp7676
      Constant Velocity Drive Axle by Cardone®. Remanufactured constant velocity drive axles are engineered to perform as well as the original design. Original designs are scrutinized and improved to make longer lasting parts, and all...
      $45.50 - $93.09
    • Dorman® Wheel Hub
      (4 reviews)
      # sp4012
      Wheel Hub by Dorman®. This product is an integral component of the wheel assembly, and it is critical for establishing the handling characteristics of your vehicle. Dorman offers you a quality wheel hub that is identical to your OE...
      $18.54 - $183.03
    • Centric® C-Tek™ Wheel Hub Repair Kit
      (1 reviews)
      # sp4583
      C-Tek™ Wheel Hub Repair Kit by Centric®. With this repair kit, you can easily repair a wheel hub without breaking the bank. The kit meets all OE standards and specifications for fit, quality, and function and includes all you...
      $28.63 - $43.44
    • Dorman® Driveshaft
      (2 reviews)
      # sp4184
      Differential Yoke by Dorman®. A highly cost-effective, innovative repair solution, Dorman’s Driveshaft Assembly is engineered with a serviceable universal joint. When the u-joint fails, as is common with normal use, simply...
      $206.52 - $1,358.20
    • Dorman® Driveshaft Center Support Bearing
      (2 reviews)
      # sp4186
      Driveshaft Center Support Bearing by Dorman®. Dorman’s Driveshaft Center Support Bearing is quality-engineered to eliminate drivetrain vibration and restore drivability. Plus, it provides deep savings: depending on the...
      $47.72 - $102.25
    • Dorman® Axle Shaft
      (2 reviews)
      # sp6284
      Axle Shaft by Dorman®. Dorman’s Axle Shaft comes as a complete kit. Packaged with all the installation hardware essential for a complete repair, it provides time-saving convenience at an affordable price.
      $16.49 - $357.93
    • Pronto® Wheel Bearing
      (0 reviews)
      # sp4578
      Wheel Bearing by Pronto®. This bearing is designed to precisely fit your vehicle and deliver reliable function for maximum performance. It is constructed to effectively reduce friction and properly handle a load. Each bearing meets...
      $11.71 - $30.29
    • First Equipment Quality® New Axle Assembly
      (25 reviews)
      # sp1532
      Axle Assembly by First Equipment Quality®. Do you hear a humming or growling sound as you drive, or a clicking or clunking noise when cornering? If so, your vehicle may need wheel bearing or drive axle repairs. But before you waste...
      $51.11 - $184.90
    • Empi® New Axle Assembly
      (2 reviews)
      # sp1531
      New Axle Assembly by EMPI®. Do you hear a humming or growling sound as you drive, or a clicking or clunking noise when cornering? If so, your vehicle may need wheel bearing or drive axle repairs. But before you waste your time and...
      $59.44 - $104.56
    • Pronto® Wheel Bearing and Hub Assembly
      (3 reviews)
      # sp4579
      Wheel Bearing and Hub Assembly by Pronto®. This assembly is constructed to meet OE configurations and industry leading quality standards. It is designed to ensure precise fit, dependable function, reduced friction, and better fuel...
      $25.02 - $179.15
    • Pilot® Wheel Hub Assembly
      (1 reviews)
      # sp2712
      Wheel Hub Assembly by Pilot®. Hub Assemblies feature high quality metal roller balls with added rollers over OE requirements to create a final product that is capable of bearing loads 20% to 30% more than other brands. All Hub...
      $26.79 - $217.04
    • Koyo® Wheel Bearing
      (1 reviews)
      # sp2135
      Wheel Bearing by Koyo®. Do you hear a humming or growling sound as you drive, or a clicking or clunking noise when cornering? If so, your vehicle may need wheel bearing or drive axle repairs. But before you waste your time and gas...
      $4.26 - $466.60
    • Quality-Built® Wheel Bearing
      (2 reviews)
      # sp3927
      Wheel Bearing by Quality-Built®. All-new bearings feature OE form, fit and finish to provide optimal performance and bearing longevity.
      $11.54 - $92.44
    • Quality-Built® Wheel Bearing and Hub Assembly
      (6 reviews)
      # sp3928
      Wheel Bearing and Hub Assembly by Quality-Built®. MPA 100% new wheel hub assemblies feature OE bearing design, integrated G111 induction hardened, raceway technology and heavy duty seal design for consistent quality and performance.
      $20.68 - $204.81
    • Quality-Built® Wheel Bearing Module
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      # sp3929
      Wheel Bearing Module by Quality-Built®. All-new bearings feature OE form, fit and finish to provide optimal performance and bearing longevity.
      $18.39 - $89.08

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    • Auto Repair Parts
      Wheel bearings are as old and important as the wheel itself thanks to their ability to allow free rotation without the damaging effects of friction and wear. In this article, we’ll define and discuss the individual components so that you are better informed when you are ready to purchase replacement wheel bearings, hubs, seals, and components. We’ll also cover the differences between “wheel bearings” or “axle bearings” mounted at the wheel itself along with “axle shaft bearings” located further inboard along axle shafts. “Bearings” are actually the small round pieces that spin within a bearing assembly. Even though bearings come in a variety of shapes, they all serve the same basic purpose.
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      In this article we'll look at the differences between a "transaxle" and a "transmission". In short, a transaxle performs both the gear-changing function of a transmission and the power-splitting ability of an axle differential in one integrated unit. A transmission performs the gear-changing function only, delivering power via a single output shaft at the back of the unit. Although both perform gear shifts in the same fashion, there's often confusion about these two terms because the word "transmission" is sometimes used as a blanket description to include transaxles when it should not be.

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    Nissan Replacement Driveline & Axles Reviews

    Average rating:  4.5  4.7 - 8 reviews
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    2003 Nissan Altima / Posted by Timothy (Bronx, NY) /

    My car runs like new again. Thanks for the super fast shipping and quality all new parts. I will be a customer for life.

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