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Came on my R34 GTT when I purchased it in March.
Will probably fit any fork type suspension skyline, however fronts sat very low and even at the highest setting on my R34, hence why I changed the suspension. Would only really recommend putting on R33 GTR.

- 16 levels of dampening force adjustment (compression & rebound)

- Ride Height Adjustable

- 4kg springs front and back

- Aus spec - softer valving than Jap spec (good for Australian roads)

- Very good condition with no leaks or knocks

Installed by previous owner in November 2018 at 131 500 km. I upgraded to MCA coilovers in April at 136 700km. Have been sitting in my garage since then.

Front P/N: QEN68-Z1531

Rear P/N: QEN69-Z1531
 

Asking $1000

Message me on here or txt 0449 013 045

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