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Hey all

Bumping this one up

Is there any local alternative to this? I have found what must be similar to the listing in first post (see below link) Just not 100% sold on this yet, but would rather take my chances and blow $300ish on this than pay the ridiculous prices for a genuine one.

Have searched as much as I can, haven't come up with much

https://www.aliexpress.com/item/33053210701.html?spm=a2g0o.productlist.0.0.267cf764LRx3hF&algo_pvid=f38c89fb-0177-49e6-92c0-044673bd2233&algo_exp_id=f38c89fb-0177-49e6-92c0-044673bd2233-1&pdp_ext_f={"sku_id"%3A"67446442179"}

 

These are the numbers that look like suit an R33 GTST Series 1:

Zexel/Valeo number: 506221-1102
DKV-14D
Nissan Number: 92600-15U01

Will go through NAPA and so on to see what I can find but not expecting much from them

 

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Why not get yours rebuilt?  Gotta be a better deal...just need to find the guy that does this.  I used to know a business that did it, but I've not used him in ages now, and he is no longer showing up in the yellows or on the net...he might have retired.

But somebody out there would be doing it surely?.

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