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BonzaiCelica
hi members of 6gc and other car enthusiasts. So im attempting to buy a set of front ST202 superstrut knuckles, from the vendor "JAPAN Direct JAPANESE" located in Canada and affiliated with JDM Express Japanese and Japanese Performance Engines.

So he doesn't want to sell them separately and here is his ad. parts are in good condition no doubt

http://www.ebay.com/sch/i.html?_from=R40&a...le&_sacat=0

SO my question is has anyone bought anything from them or their affiliated vendors? If so maybe you can convince him to seperate the twin piston calipers from the knuckles. I already pitched him logic sense about how unwanted the knuckles are and how wanted the calipers are, plus alot more. So help me out, if not i have one more idea i'll throw at him. His name is MOE, if that rings a bell to you.

thank you
njccmd2002
he wont separate, been there done that 2 years ago..
BonzaiCelica
QUOTE (njccmd2002 @ Dec 12, 2014 - 5:54 PM) *
he wont separate, been there done that 2 years ago..


you mean to tell me he's been trying to sell them for 2 years? can you see when he posted that ebay ad? cause funny enough i created a thread see here :

http://www.6gc.net/forums/index.php?showtopic=82960

but i cant remember if i only wanted the calipers alone or both. when i purchased my superstrut suspension, a month later i knew i would never have a fully dedicated track car so i sold my gt4 calipers and rotors and then started looking for st202 knuckles 2.5 years ago.
njccmd2002
no, same user, different set of calipers. if you want them that bad. just keep looking at an auction. I got a ebay seller to separate the fenders, after 4 months of asking, he finally realized, but u run the risk of losing them.
Bitter
Just put the auction on your watch list and each time it's relisted ask if he's willing to separate them yet. :lol:
BonzaiCelica
what other auction are their? i've looked on nengun and yahoo japan but nothing. i searched ST202 and knuckle translated into Japanese of course
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