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Split Boots

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I need to replace my RH steering rack boot and both front driveshaft inner boots.

I'm having difficulty locating said boots.

Where would i b able to find some? and..

Has anyone had previous experience in changing these?

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I had the same problem last week, bought a new car and took it in for a roadworthy.

I was told there was some place in belco that can get them to fit an r33 but im not sure of all the details since the mechanic took care of all of it

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nissan spare parts?

sweet. Anyone got details for em?


Yes it's called a nissan dealership. They can get anything in, but they will need your vin number. Ohh and somewhat expensive.

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When I replaced the front drive shaft boots in my R33 GTR we were able to buy generic ones for 3 of the 4 boots for about $15 each that were identical to the factory boots. The other one was not available and we had to buy it from Nissan for about $77.

Shop around and you can save some money.

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hey what's wrong wit q-town? we're jus misunderstood lol

and the r33??? cool.gif

...some tools here tho, my gtr was keyed down both sides a few wks ago.... jealous bastards!!!!....

Centre management wouldn't show me the footage.

...even the cops were too busy ..or lazy.. to look at the cctv footage for me. They told me they'd look into it wks ago.. grrr....down.gif

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Good luck with all that, I feel your pain and I empathise with you. Me having a big rant wont change things and would only air my opinions again, which are well known.

"don't bring a knife to a gun fight" - If they scartched your car then find and burn theirs.

You may be lucky and hear back from the police, I doubt it. and what do you expect they will/can do. F/A is my experience

If your lucky and have comprehensive insurance - then yay!

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