Z32 2+2 Rubber kits?

Discussion in 'Non Technical' started by Senna, Jun 29, 2019.

  1. Senna

    Senna New Member

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    Hi guys, wondering if there were any places you guys sourced your rubbers/ rubber kits from? I would like to do the whole car so if anyone knows places that sells, please let me know
     
  2. Boll!

    Boll! Well-Known Member

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    As in door and targa rubbers and alike?
    Generally concept z performance but not sure how it would go with the $ and freight
     
  3. Senna

    Senna New Member

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    Door, targa, hatch, everything.. I suppose buying from them in bulk would be best if anything
     
  4. Zeo

    Zeo Active Member

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    jimmeyz Member

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    I'd be buying door rubbers too, unfortunately says discontinued for 2+2
    I definitely think I'll buy some A pillar/Targa and Targa rubbers soon before they are too
    Anyone know of any aftermarket suppliers?
    Could really do with the door rubbers
     
  6. Sanouske

    Sanouske Retired Moderator

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    Coz is the man. CZP has all the goodies youll ever need and the shipping price is negated by the fact rrp on parts aren't too bad considering what we have to pay for them here in aus.

    you've reminded me..wonder if my store credit is still redeemable. only been 5 years ...
     
  7. Instamatic

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    I bought mine from CZP, but don't forget that Nissan Australia can get these parts in for you as well provided there's still available stock. You'll need to ring around between service departments to find someone who can help you (FYI, don't use Blackburn Nissan in Melbourne, they're clueless), but I've found they can usually bring in weird little parts for grey imports at a decent price as they amortise the shipping cost. I bought my 98-spec front bumper from Nissan for waaaaaay less than any third-party website or eBay seller was asking for.
     

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