front hood strut part numbers

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front hood strut part numbers

Postby toylet » 08 Dec 2007 15:45

i have checked this site and am unable to find to the
part number for gas charged hood strut conversion...
does anyone know?

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RE: front hood strut part numbers

Postby freaky510 » 09 Dec 2007 11:44

I think i got all the numbers off the dime quarterly.

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RE: front hood strut part numbers

Postby toylet » 09 Dec 2007 20:57

i was unable to find those numbers

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RE: front hood strut part numbers

Postby pimp1911 » 10 Dec 2007 04:36

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RE: front hood strut part numbers

Postby heirfaus » 11 Dec 2007 14:28

Parts I used, Napa part numbers:

(2) 819-5568 Struts $20.45ea
(4) 735-3607 Ball stud $3.99ea

Napa Auto Parts. These are the ones I used and it works PERFECT!!!!!!!!
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Postby mesojdm » 11 Dec 2007 14:39

the mount for the hood can go on the hinge..the other end of the shock that mounts on the inner fender well....theres a small section that is 2layers thick of metal....be sure you go there as anyother place is 1 layer and could tweak easily
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Postby sexyL » 11 Dec 2007 15:02

mesojdm wrote:the mount for the hood can go on the hinge..the other end of the shock that mounts on the inner fender well....theres a small section that is 2layers thick of metal....be sure you go there as anyother place is 1 layer and could tweak easily
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which ones did you use again? i pmed you about it and i think you said something like a civic hood strut. or am i wrong? do you know the part number?

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Postby traitorjacknif » 11 Dec 2007 15:08

I think its a 92-95 Civic hatch strut.

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Postby toylet » 11 Dec 2007 20:53

thanks you guys are great

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Postby sexyL » 12 Dec 2007 06:31

is there a way you can check the parts numbers on Napa's site? or do you need to call in.

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Postby heirfaus » 12 Dec 2007 08:18

If you have a specific application you can do it on the web, but I don't think you can with a part number. I have no idea what the ones I used are from.

Wurker and I just went to the warehouse and checked their catalog. We grabbed the ones with the longest.....um....spacing out....um.....shaft movement.....um....really sounding dumb now......STROKE that's it!!

So anyway I have no idea what the application is so for the napa part numbers above you can call them.
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Re: front hood strut part numbers

Postby toylet » 03 Mar 2014 05:50

sweet I will order them tonight

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Re: front hood strut part numbers

Postby McShagger510 » 03 Mar 2014 21:20

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