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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 02-07-2007, 07:22 PM Thread Starter
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If you need replacement parts for your Z, this is a good place to start looking:

http://www.car-part.com/

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If you need replacement parts for your Z, this is a good place to start looking:

http://www.car-part.com/
Josh. THANKS!!!! That is excellent. I did a test search and it gave me price, distance etc. Very, very .. can I say it again .. VERY NICE!

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Josh. THANKS!!!! That is excellent. I did a test search and it gave me price, distance etc. Very, very .. can I say it again .. VERY NICE!
I was shocked at how cheap engines are ... and that I can find sellers in my city... drive over and pick one up to build..

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I was shocked at how cheap engines are ... and that I can find sellers in my city... drive over and pick one up to build..
Interesting - $2,200 for a new engine here and it's in town. Of course the '06 rev up motor is $2,200. Anything else is $3,500 or more. You suppose it's due to this model's oil consumption issue (sarcasm)?
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Car-parts.com is great...
if the sellers could ever get back to you..

josh, hit me up, wondering whats goin on...
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http://www.courtesyparts.com/

This is by far the best site I have found. It is well organized and cheaper than our local dealer.
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I'm a fan of http://www.importpartspro.com

My Nifty '04.5 SB ZR still feels like HEAVEN...what a cooool ride doing the twisties!
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I was wondering if anyone had tried buying from car-stuff.com

if so, how was the buying experience? (Ordering process, payment process online and delivery duration/time)

I wanted to check with you guys as I plan to buy some Optima Car Battery for my Subaru Forester. (Please check the link for better visualization or further information)

Honestly, this is my first time buying online and there goes the reluctance and unfamiliarity with the entire process.

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For new part these are the best sites i have found

OEM + Aftermarket - PerfectRun Japan parts | JDM parts | Japanese aftermarket high performance car parts
OEM - Nissan Parts, NISMO and Nissan Accessories - Courtesyparts.com
JDM OEM - Amayama Trading - Genuine Parts for Japan Used Imports - Amayama Trading

*Note for OEM i always pull out the factory service manual and circle the parts i need and forward to any Nissan Dealer to obtain Nissan part numbers.

I personally hunt local scrap yards for missing parts
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