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26 Re: Prop shaft strip and rebuild help needed. on 24th May 2017, 11:07 am

Mr B

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It a long bolt with nut on end, cut long bolt between lateral links as seize in lateral link bush sleeves and hub. Once off car people got more ways deal with the rusted bolt shank in hub.
good penetrating fluid and proper air rivet hammer gun can make this job quite easy on a lucky day, puller rigged to push bolt, can help too along with some torch heat . Most cars with same arrangement have same issue, done mazda and subaru, subaru's been the most stubborn .

johnny gtir

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FPSChris wrote:
johnny gtir wrote:Brand new bolts ?
Yes, every nut and bolt on the rear of the car was replaced with bushes.

Got them all for the fronts too, just need time to swap new callipers, bushes and struts in.
where did you get the long bolts from or a part number please

Mr B

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long bolt:  55166-60Y00
washer : 0131100911
nut : 089129441A

gtir_woody

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Mr B wrote:It a long bolt with nut on end, cut long bolt between lateral links as seize in lateral link bush sleeves and hub. Once off car people got more ways deal with the rusted bolt shank in hub.
good penetrating fluid and proper air rivet hammer gun can make this job quite easy on a lucky day, puller rigged to push bolt, can help too along with some torch heat . Most cars with same arrangement have same issue, done mazda and subaru, subaru's been the most stubborn .

A over night soaking in penetrating fluid with preparation for frustration the folllowing day is required

gtir_woody

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Mr B wrote:long bolt:  55166-60Y00
washer   :  0131100911
nut        :  089129441A

Got mine from bob, Nissan said they were either unavailable or discontinued at the time, can't remember

Mr B

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the bolt should be available and has a second possible/superseded number which I think is an A replacing last zero . I not cut a nissan one yet but at time nissan could get me bolts if needed .
Think someone used a subaru one and just trimmed it shorter, was in a post on here I think but maybe malaysia R group, can't recall it totally ...

gtir_woody

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I think you mentioned cutting a bolt down to me when I was doing mine.

Mr B

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^ will have to have a read through threads as I can't recall exactly what was mentioned .
not much fun those style bolts though, anyone with air wants a good rivet hammer gun though as helped me loads on freeing bolts like these .

34 Re: Prop shaft strip and rebuild help needed. on 25th May 2017, 12:09 pm

FPSChris

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Mr B wrote:It a long bolt with nut on end, cut long bolt between lateral links as seize in lateral link bush sleeves and hub. Once off car people got more ways deal with the rusted bolt shank in hub.
good penetrating fluid and proper air rivet hammer gun can make this job quite easy on a lucky day, puller rigged to push bolt, can help too along with some torch heat . Most cars with same arrangement have same issue, done mazda and subaru, subaru's been the most stubborn .
Exactly this.
Mine were also twisted and bent so it was impossible to get them out. Had the angle grinder on the middle which is open.


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FPSChris wrote:
johnny gtir wrote:Brand new bolts ?
Yes, every nut and bolt on the rear of the car was replaced with bushes.

Got them all for the fronts too, just need time to swap new callipers, bushes and struts in.
where did you get the long bolts from or a part number please

I got them direct from Nissan, it was over a year ago that I got them. If you're struggling I'll grab the part numbers when I pop home. I kept them all.

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johnny gtir

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Yes confirming the number you used would be good please

mreguest

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Hi johnny,
You can find every part number for the whole car here:

http://nissan4u.com/parts/sunny/er_n14/1990_10/type_23/

Example - shitty long bolt is number 11 in this diagram, and you can click on part numbers to see what other cars share the same bits Smile

http://nissan4u.com/parts/sunny/er_n14/1990_10/type_23/axle_suspension_and_steering/rear_axle_and_rear_suspension/illustration_1/

Cheers
Adam

johnny gtir

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Spot on keep forgetting about that rep for replies

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