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Looks like your spider gears broke in half and got caught in the ring gear. Unfortunately you will need a new carrier, new ring gear, and new pinion gear, along with a new dif cover. In all honesty, your best bet would likely be to find a used axle for $1500 or so rather than trying to rebuild your current axle. Your pinion seal may or may not be intact, and if that is blown as well, then your repair would likely be more costly than a used axle. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news. Good luck with the fix!
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2005 LE King Cab 4x4 Offroad Big Tow FFV, Purchased used on 2008/11/30.
Radiant Silver with charcoal leather interior, black Nissan OEM brush guard, 33 x12.50r17LT Hercules Trail Digger tires on OEM OR 7-spoke 17" rims, 3" Rough country Lift, Bilstein 5100s front and rear, Hawk LTS brake pads, MOOG lower ball joints, 2011 Pro4x rear end, Axle vent mod, NGK iridium spark plugs, 2 degree timing advance, Stock airbox mod with K&N filter, Magnaflow 14" SI/SO muffler on stock pipes with T304 stainless double-wall tip, Optima Yellow Top battery, OEM Rockford Fosgate audio system, Protecta chrome tool box, 6000K HID headlights, TomTom GO 920 Navigation system.