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Hey guys and gals, recently I bought a R34 GT at a amazing price but with cheap price comes cheap quality. The car came with a Bomex kit (which I'm personally not a fan of) so I thought I'd go all out and do a GTR conversion. I've bought all the bumpers, skirts and guards and as I was about to install the front bumper I learn the reo is different. I was wondering if someone could point me in the right path to finding a GTR reo or if anyone is selling one. 

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No help from me on the reo, but have you considered that these tend to look funny with wide front guards and narrow rear?

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Yeah bud I'm looking at over fenders for the rear, not too sure whether to go 20mm or 50mm at the rear tho

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You can get a GTR reo new from nissan.

 

There was a thread on SAU with all the parts needed and part numbers

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Im doing the same thing with my 34s at the moment  . one with genuine parts one with fiberglass.  finding genuine parts can be a pain . ive got a guy here in Brisbane who arranges door to door parts straight from japan if you want his details . anything you can find on yahoo he can quote to your door 

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you honestly don't notice the rears not being wide when doing this or at least i don't on my r33 the only people that will notice are the true die hard fans. 

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I personally would prefer wider rears over the wider front, start on that side of the car makes for a better looking car :P

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