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Postby thisismatt » 30 Jan 2008 15:38

Hub dust cap for 240, 260, 280, 280ZX, 1985-89 300ZX: 40234-S0400
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Postby thisismatt » 22 Feb 2008 21:46

Trunk lid weatherstrip still available, I just got one from nissanparts.cc

84806-A4600

It says "Batch: 1401080" (maybe meaning 01/14/08?) on one sticker and 08/01/09 on the Nissan Genuine Parts label...I guess they're still producing them? I tried ordering windshield and other gaskets but no luck :P Door glass channel run is still available, though...I accidentally bought a second roll :P

I also ordered two gas door bumpers but only received one...I'm not sure if I got the very last single one, or if there was a mistake in fulfillment - I emailed them to ask.
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Postby vintageracer » 23 Feb 2008 11:54

I placed 3 orders with Nissan Parts about 2 months ago. I received confirmation of all my orders. Have not heard a word from them since. I have emailed them 3 times and got no response. NE1 know what the email address is? The ones I have used go nowhere. (deaf ears!)

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Postby hang_510 » 25 Feb 2008 10:16

call the phone number under 'contact us'...push all the appropriate digits to get to the nissan order desk and ask for lisa alexander and give her your order#.

ive not had any issues with them, other than not having the part i need :evil:
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Re: Part Numbers

Postby rnorrish » 01 May 2008 23:54

ARP Studs:

Late Model GM: 100-7718
2.500" Long
.509" Knurl Diameter
.315" Knurl Length
M12x1.5 Thread

Miata(Front): 100-7719
2.750" Long
.507" Knurl Diameter
.335 Knurl Lenth
.350" Nose Length (no threaded end)
M12x1.5 Thread

Both of these should work in a Nissan hub. The knurl differences shouldn't matter.
There is no way to avoid the change of thread pitch. There is only one stud with the matching Nissan thread, and it's a Subaru stud, but you would need to re-drill all your hibs for the larger knurl.

The only things worth considering are the overall length (Miata +1/4"), and whether the easy-to-start nose on the Miata is worth while...
I also believe the Miata pieces cost 2x more, of course. Nothing can beat the shear volume of aftermarket GM parts.

remainder of ARP wheel stud catalogue
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Postby thisismatt » 02 May 2008 00:48

The GM ones seemed to be plenty tight. Do you know if the Miata ones have a different spline count on the knurl? The GM ones have fewer splines than the stock studs, but they still pull in okay...just wondering.
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Postby rnorrish » 02 May 2008 01:48

they sure do feel pretty tight. I have only tried one of the GM ones I bought.

i think i may switch to the Miata ones.

i guess if we are all going through the effort of swapping, what's the big deal to ream out the hole?

the miata ones:
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Re: Part Numbers

Postby thisismatt » 02 May 2008 02:13

Those definitely look more like the stock datsun/nissan studs than the GM. Looking at summitracing where I recently bought the GM style....HOLY CRAP the miata ones are expensive! $30.69 for FOUR?! I paid $51.80 for 20 of the GM. You might as well buy the nismo ones at that price.

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Re: Part Numbers

Postby OLDSCHOOLRICE » 23 May 2008 11:52

Courtesy of DryHeat,

80401-21002 Driver's Side Upper Door hinge

80420-21004 Passenger Side Lower Door hinge

80421-21004 Driver's Side Lower Door hinge

80400-21002 Passenger Side Upper Door hinge

Quarter Window latches 76860-A1400

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Re: Part Numbers

Postby duke » 01 Jun 2008 15:43

Anybody have the part # for the Energy Suspension GM transmission mount that people use for a KA swap? I have searched all around and haven't been able to find it.

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Postby duke » 04 Jun 2008 14:51

Thanks to Cmac here is the P/N for the trans mount that works for datsun/nissan trannies.

ENS-3-1108(+R or G depending on what color you want)

Will fit most L-series transmissions as well as SR and KA's.
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Re: Part Numbers

Postby 510ER » 16 Oct 2008 14:13

27017-B5000 heater control assembly for as per the heater repair sticky
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Re: Part Numbers

Postby wilderb » 16 Oct 2008 19:06

rnorrish wrote:ARP Studs:

Late Model GM: 100-7718
2.500" Long
.509" Knurl Diameter
.315" Knurl Length
M12x1.5 Thread

Miata(Front): 100-7719
2.750" Long
.507" Knurl Diameter
.335 Knurl Lenth
.350" Nose Length (no threaded end)
M12x1.5 Thread

Both of these should work in a Nissan hub. The knurl differences shouldn't matter.
There is no way to avoid the change of thread pitch. There is only one stud with the matching Nissan thread, and it's a Subaru stud, but you would need to re-drill all your hibs for the larger knurl.

The only things worth considering are the overall length (Miata +1/4"), and whether the easy-to-start nose on the Miata is worth while...
I also believe the Miata pieces cost 2x more, of course. Nothing can beat the shear volume of aftermarket GM parts.

remainder of ARP wheel stud catalogue



actually the arp100-7718 are incorrect that part # is for Toyota Celica GTS 1986-89, you meant ARP-100-7708 those are for late gm

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Re: Part Numbers

Postby bbejj123 » 12 Nov 2008 11:32

does anyone know the nissan part# for rear windshield weather sealing

or part# for tie rod inner and outter

or part# for lca's?
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Re: Part Numbers

Postby merlin » 12 Nov 2008 13:23

lower control arm is 54529-n5801 rh
54530-n5801lh

FYi according to my parts interchange... its the same parts for late 69-73 510,74-78 b210,73-76 610
74-77 710
and 77-79 200sx
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