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Hello - I have a NAS D90 in Mexico & am looking at options for replacing the front prop shaft. This piece from LR is retailing at $1,000 plus in the US.

What are my options? Are there other LR prop shafts or other manufacturers I can consider? Any chance the 2.2 liter diesel Defender down here uses the same prop shaft? Thank you. Sean
 

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Hello - I have a NAS D90 in Mexico & am looking at options for replacing the front prop shaft. This piece from LR is retailing at $1,000 plus in the US.

What are my options? Are there other LR prop shafts or other manufacturers I can consider? Any chance the 2.2 liter diesel Defender down here uses the same prop shaft? Thank you. Sean
a discovery 1 shaft is a solid shaft as opposed to hollow on a defender and a direct bolt in for your 90
 

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Tom Woods Driveshafts in Utah is a good option for a new shaft.

Unless your shaft is damaged beyond repair, there's no reason why you have to replace it. A good driveline shop can rebuild it locally for cheap and rebalance it no problemo. Your shaft should use 1310 U-joints, which are among the most common in the world and certainly available in Mexico.

Latin America practically invented recycling. I'm sure there's someone local who can square you away. A rebuild might cost $100-200 in the States but that's mostly labor. In Mexico, you should be able to get it done for far less.
 

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Your shaft should use 1310 U-joints, which are among the most common in the world and certainly available in Mexico.
NAS D90's came with 1300 series u-joints.

2.938" cap to cap and 1.063" cap dia
Neapco 1-0005
Precision 344
GKN TVC100010 (I think)
Spicer 5-4x (NLA)
 
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