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Shock absorbers leaking?


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44 minutes ago, Zalas said:

Agreed, unless rear shock bolt is seized in which case a bit longer and a PM and parts from your good self 🤣

 

Most garages have induction heating which makes very light work of seized bolts/nuts. :thumbs:

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Tempted at the prices being charged to just buy a jack and do it myself

 

£99 per hour are Nissan dealer rates but the local Nissan dealer now won't fit anything other that Nissan supplied parts so left to the mercy of local garages....

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Chickened out and got rears fitted for £160

 

Not sure if the guy had worked on a 350 before, took him around 1.5 hours 

 

No issues removing any of the bolts, just preapplied loosener, though he was concerned that he had no chassis mount replacement nuts if they had failed

 

Don't notice any difference in handling yet, might change when the fronts are fitted

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