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Nissan S15 R200 4.1 Ratio Gear Set (ring & Pinion) 240sx W/ Large 13mm Bolts on 2040-parts.com

US $130.00
Location:

San Antonio, Texas, United States

San Antonio, Texas, United States
Used JDM gear set, with no defects.
Brand:Nissan Country/Region of Manufacture:Japan Manufacturer Part Number:4.083:1 (4.1) OE Spec or Performance/Custom:Performance/Custom Surface Finish:Lightly Used Interchange Part Number:S15-R Warranty:No Warranty Other Part Number:13mm ring gear bolts

Just in from Japan
(where Real JDM parts come from)
 
A rare R200 4.1 ratio gear set for an S15-R LSD.
(49t ring gear, and 12t pinion)

Uses the Large 13mm bolts (included)
Stronger than std 12mm bolts.

If you don't have an S15 LSD with the 13mm bolt holes,
you will have to drill your holes out to fit these larger bolts.
 
I ship anywhere in the continental US
for $20 ( includes insurance )  

Thank you all for your support and business over the past 15 years !
Gordon Duax, owner of Duax Machine, San Antonio, Texas

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