Join Date: Jun 2010
Location: DFW/San Antonio, TX
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Re: 2010 rear DIff blew😡😡
This is so easy - like others mentioned car-parts.com - call the junk yard directly and confirm the axle is in stock and request pictures be sent to your cell phone. if the axle is in great shape, you may even see the sticker on the side that confirms the 3.36 gear ratio.
I have done this every time and get pics via text from junk yard finds all the time. if the part looks good, then confirm local shipping quotes, freight shipping using companies like YRC freight, and other companies.
It's best to find a freight company in your city, then confirm that the same company services the city where the part is located and thus you can have something freight shipped from YRC city X to YRC of city Y.
I did this to avoid shipping doc fee's, etc.
I live in San Antonio, TX and had a e-locker axel shipped to me from el paso TX junk yard - axle i found using car-parts. this was for my Nissan xterra axle.