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Front shock absorber

Post by Peter Connan » 30 Oct 2016 06:20

Has anyone got a front shock absorber i can borrow for a month or so?

One of mine popped a seal, and i am using the opportunity to get a set made up that can actually handle the extra flex of the Xlink, but it is taking a little longer than i had hoped, and since i need to to use the car daily rhe current situation is not ideal.

It can be anything as long as it fits and still works reasonably.
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Re: Front shock absorber

Post by Alex Roux » 30 Oct 2016 06:42

Peter

Skakel my.
Ek het my voorstes uit gehaal (2" OME) omdat ek langer shocks in gesit het met spacers.
Ek wil hulle egter nog hou vir spaar. So kan hulle tydelik vir jou leen
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Re: Front shock absorber

Post by Picasso » 30 Oct 2016 08:04

Hallo Peter

I dont want to compete with Alex...... he has got "first option".

If it should however not work out than I would have a used set of OEM (Nissan) shocks. which you could have and keep.
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Re: Front shock absorber

Post by Peter Connan » 30 Oct 2016 16:02

Thank you gentlemen.

Henning, since the other three shocks on my car OME, i think it's better if i get Alex's.
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Re: Front shock absorber

Post by Picasso » 30 Oct 2016 16:08

Obviousely... that makes sense. :thumbup:

no problem :salute:

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