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Ppg selector fork price ?

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1 Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 7:06 pm

Ads turbo


Opened gearbox up and found 3rd 4th selector broken . Thinking to just upgrade to a ppg one , also how much would it cost for a new one from nissan ? Thanks

2 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 7:25 pm

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ppg is £250 region from what I remember
PAR is more affordable but they put their price up on the billet fork as it was originally £85ish, more like £150 now I think, check on the PAR website for current price)
You could pick up a used one as few guys on here have box spares, maybe even get a engineering machine shop make one .
No idea on Nissan price for one ! would go PAR over Nissan myself.

3 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 7:33 pm

Ads turbo


Thanks for info Mr B .

4 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 7:51 pm

Ads turbo


Just had a look at pars website , was looking at a gearset and to upgrade to a billet fork was about £300, think I might just rebuild this box using spares , if anyone can help please , thanks

5 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 9:18 pm

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That's a bit steep I would say, if you put a new topic in wanted area m8.

6 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 10:31 pm

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I can't view PAR site currently so can't verify that !
What is price you seeing in AUD$ ?
Can't believe it £300GBP that would be crazy :-O I know price went up but maybe has again !?
Worth someone getting a batch done at a machinists.

7 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 24th March 2015, 11:19 pm

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I cant view it either maybe it under construction or something ....i just 404 error...


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8 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 25th March 2015, 12:34 am

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^ yeh 404 here but thought maybe our thai internet as it sh1te :-)

9 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 25th March 2015, 7:34 am

Ads turbo


Sorry worked it out wrong, selector fork from par is £237 without shipping according to there website also had an email from ppg quoting £290 shipped

10 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 25th March 2015, 8:07 am

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I sure can't access it either so it's the site. I thought our internet might just have been superior

11 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 25th March 2015, 8:10 am

Mr B

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PAR has really upped price on that.
I know they upped price to gain some decent profit on it as ppg was almost twice price & PAR became favourite for selector upgrade but now price seems close to equal so both unlikely sell any individually :-O I reckon you can get original copied in steel quite cheap for small batch as not complex shape to do.
You probably best picking up a used one.
Also check your synchronizers as a lot of busted forks come from worn syncros
If want a used one put a post in wanted section.
No idea on new from Nissan but might be worth finding out to complete the pricing playing field ...

12 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 26th March 2015, 1:20 pm

Ads turbo


Thanks, not too clued up about gearboxes, but also found a few small metal clips and the ring the selector fork sits on seems to be very loose ? , think I'm just going for a complete box .

13 Re: Ppg selector fork price ? on 26th March 2015, 2:41 pm

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Probably syncro hub problem.
Your box is repairable & if gear teeth in good order very much worth keeping as gearboxes worthy of repair or spares are hard to come by.
Be careful buying a box too or you will be taking it out again :-S
A lot of boxes sold as rebuilt in reality are not so don't go paying good money without receipts/proof . Good luck .

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