Some axles have the ABS ring regardless that way 1 model covers both configurations.I'm sure that they would work as long as the SHO has the same transmission.
I took my car in for a bearing replacement and they ended up replacing the right halfshaft as well. Unfortunately, they looked at the sideskirts on my station wagon which say "SHO." I thought that it was weird when I saw an ABS ring on my axle (I don't have ABS) the next time I put it on a lift to change the oil though.
Sure enough, I talked to the mechanics and they looked up the part for a SHO instead of for an LX model. (I guess you couldn't get a SHO without ABS even if you wanted to, which is why they put that particular axle on my car.)
No it was AXOD-E. It is still based off of length and it could be possible for an ATX SHO to fit but I am not sure.^ I thought there was a length discrepancy? Didnt gen2 shos come with the ax4n?