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Old 01-21-2009, 05:30 PM   #1
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KA Where to find genuine parts?

I'm sure this has been covered many of times, but I have like 10 minutes to get ready for work and i'm sure someone will help before then. I've found a "few" sites, but they just seem sketch...so if you can help, thanks.

Oh yea... looking for:

ka24de :

Crankshaft
Headgasket
Front/Rear Crank seals
Oil Pan Gasket.
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:36 PM   #2
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What kind of "genuine" parts are you looking for? Genuine Nissan parts? Genuine aftermarket parts? Or just parts that aren't imaginary?
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:40 PM   #3
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What kind of "genuine" parts are you looking for? Genuine Nissan parts? Genuine aftermarket parts? Or just parts that aren't imaginary?

Genuine nissan......preferrably not imaginary
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:41 PM   #4
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West Covina Nissan has a lot of good stuff. All genuine. "The Nismo Shop"
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:46 PM   #5
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West Covina Nissan has a lot of good stuff. All genuine. "The Nismo Shop"
They have a website? Can't visit their shop in NC...
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:51 PM   #6
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its pretty hard to find a part that is not genuine. maybe on ebay. if you want to pay more try napa or courtesy parts. what is the rear crank seal? is that part of the oil pump?
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most people buy most of this used
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:58 PM   #8
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r u an idiot?
go to the nissan dealer and buy genuine parts DUH?
search next time
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:58 PM   #9
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Old 01-21-2009, 05:58 PM   #10
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people dont buy seals and headgaskets used.

the oil pump is on the front, so no. its not.

you fail for replying with nonsense, and double posting.
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Old 01-21-2009, 06:03 PM   #11
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r u an idiot?
go to the nissan dealer and buy genuine parts DUH?
search next time

hey, fucking idiot...i have no car to drive, online will do.

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google search yur nearest nisssan dealer
yellow pages .... homing pigeons ..??? smoke signals
come on man!!!
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Old 01-21-2009, 06:06 PM   #13
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Anyway back to a more intelligent level, thanks for the help guys, i'll check out that west covina spot. lol@ using used seals....no wonder people's cars fail soo easily >_<
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Old 01-21-2009, 06:07 PM   #14
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when getting the rear main seal its a good idea to buy a main cap also (that the seal sits in) and make sure to apply a good amount of gasket sealer..every one i've done has leaked if not used.
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West Covina has all sr crap..

The Nismo Shop : West Covina Nissan : Nissan OEM headgaskets

Anyway, I was just on courtesy...it just didn't look legitimate.
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Old 01-21-2009, 06:14 PM   #17
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102 Engine Gasket Kit :: Engine Mechanical :: Genuine Nissan Parts :: 240SX Parts (S14) 1995-1998 :: CourtesyParts.com

Now that's a better deal than Modern Nissan....

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West Covina has all sr crap..

The Nismo Shop : West Covina Nissan : Nissan OEM headgaskets

Anyway, I was just on courtesy...it just didn't look legitimate.
You're an idiot. Both are Nissan dealers, offering parts, service, and new car sales. Just like the dealer in your area. Any dealer can get you anything you want, these dealers just cater to more online business and therefore have store fronts. They can order and ship you any Nissan OE part ever made, as long as it's still in production. Just like the dealer in your area. Your local dealer might even deliver too, since all parts departments deliver to local businesses and shops daily.

But that would of course be too hard for you to figure out.
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West Covina has all sr crap..

The Nismo Shop : West Covina Nissan : Nissan OEM headgaskets

Anyway, I was just on courtesy...it just didn't look legitimate.
I fail to see how the site doesn't look legitimate.. anyways, it is legit.
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nissan dealer doesn't look legit? who is this guy. been there 100 times, its a real life store buddy. they sell real life stuff.
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Courtesy Parts not legitimate? What crack are you smoking...... not only is it one of the oldest Nissan dealers in the country, ive ordered plenty of items from them and aside from West Covina its probably the best place to get OEM Nissan parts for the right price.

Even my local dealer would have taken almost as much time to get the parts as getting them shipped via either one of the above, yet my local dealer wanted more money for those parts! Even with shipping factored in!!!
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Old 01-22-2009, 05:38 PM   #22
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Ive bought several things from courtesy. Never had any issues.
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lol ive been in courtesy nissans shop. they have alot of stuff just in their store front. its a legit place to order from.
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when getting the rear main seal its a good idea to buy a main cap also (that the seal sits in) and make sure to apply a good amount of gasket sealer..every one i've done has leaked if not used.
you need to stop working on cars if you can't replace a rear main without it leaking. where the hell are you putting the gasket sealer? i've done many rear mains on s chassis (both ka and sr), z32, maxima, frontier and xterra without any of them leaking afterwards and without replacing the main cap either.

op- how does a genuine nissan dealer not seem legit? what the heck did you do to your old crank that requires a new one?
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ka24de :

Oil Pan Gasket.
Does Nissan make an oil pan gasket, or is it just liquid gasket?
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west covina ftw. never had a problem and super legit!
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when getting the rear main seal its a good idea to buy a main cap also (that the seal sits in) and make sure to apply a good amount of gasket sealer..every one i've done has leaked if not used.
What u mean "every one I've done has leaked if not used". I ask because Im abt to get my rear main seal done with a new clutch and flywheel. By the way are aluminum flywheels any good. I was thinking abt something that was more performance oriented. Also how are nismo clutches?
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Courtsey and west co are legit.

Get parts from them.
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