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I'll be adding more quality stuff to this thread over the coming weeks as I revert the car to stock, so keep your eyes peeled!

For Sale:

BC BR Coilovers - Adjustable compression/rebound and base height. 8kg front 6kg rear springs. Less than 10,000km old. Perfect condition. Original receipt showing $1300 purchase price from JustJap included. $800

Hardrace Adjustable Caster Arms. Perfect condition, less than 5,000km use. Will also fit S14,15, R33, R34 $150

Genuine Nissan strut brace. Could use a paint if you're fussy. $100

Nismo Hardened Rack Bushes. New. Firmer rubber for more feedback/less steering play. $80

Genuine R33 Coupe Type M Pods. Excellent condition no cracks. Paint is useable. $120

Postage is available on everything at your cost. Pickup preferred of course.

Located Melbourne

PM or 0411 582 453

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Nismo Long Hub Bolt For R33

These measure 10mm longer than stock, and offer greater security for aftermarket wheels/nuts.

Splines and threads all perfect.

Nismo Part Number: 40222-RS035

$50

 

Aluminium 3mm Spacer 

Hubcentric 114.3 PCD Spacer for fine tuning offset.

$20

 

 

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