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I'm doing a bit of a garage cleanout, to make room for more pressing things.

Most parts are used, except for a set of front rotors.

All parts to suit R33 GTS-T, though not 100% sure which series, though I'm thinking it's Series 1.

The items and prices are as follows:

  • Front hubs and knuckles. Pair - $250
  • 4 piston front calipers. Pair - $180
  • 2 piston rear calipers. 2 pairs - $150 per pair
  • Rear hub and handbrake assembly. Pair - $250
  • Rear handbrake assembly with cables. Pair - $160
  • Front rotors used, still seem ok, with surface rust. Pair - $60
  • New DBA front rotors, vented and slotted. Never used, slight surface rust. Pair - $180

 

All prices are negotiable and open to correction. I've searched high and low for reasonable prices on all of these, but they all seem to contradict one another. So I've priced them in between and hopefully it's not too over the top, or I'm not ripping myself off.

At this stage I'd prefer not to post anything, but if they sit around for too much longer I might consider it.

Let me know if you're interested, and I'll return any emails or messages quickly.

Thanks.

(Sorry about the "Spoiler" stuff at the top, I have no idea how to delete them)

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