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  1. Very interested Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  2. When using the puller that is pictured above, to keep the arms from pulling thru, slip in the largest Allen wrench you can between the arms. Worked for me many times when otherwise the puller just pulled out.
  3. Was it bench tested for shifting into all gears prior to installing in the vehicle? They could have tested the shifting before even selling it to know if it was a core or not. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  4. I hate it when they don't address you concerns whatsoever. I wouldn't order from them because you'll get what's pictured and they'll say it's your fault because you expected something other than what is pictured or something. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  5. Pictures are of a 2002 fenders, not the NK sedans Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  6. edit: looking for something else entirely, found the build thread: NK Project - Page 4 There's a few of the unfinished interior toward the bottom of Esty's gallery: Esty's Carpet Gallery
  7. Rear sub-frame back in after having the sub, trailing arms, backing plates and rear sway bar powder coated. I had all the hardware zinc plated, in addition to buying new 80 piece hardware kit from Walloth Nesch for the critical hardware - 33319770100 for the e9 as the e6 is not listed. I prefer not to re-use the self locking nuts on the rear trailing arm especially after a previous near miss. Also had the wheels powder coated and am running a complete set of new brake lines. I spent considerable time fishing a mouse nest out of the main sub-frame with a coat hanger after getting it back from powder coating. The differential is still in question at this point as I am wanting to run a 4 bolt input shaft (my preference for a 5 speed conversion), and these come with the 3 bolt guibo input shaft. Not sure if this is possible, but I haven't looked into it yet. I'm probably going to move on to the front sub-frame at this point and finish the brakes before tackling the differential.
  8. Not a completely trusted source, but I bought one from auto zone less Than a year ago - standard 2002, not a tii. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  9. I've had a few body panels recently that came via UPS along with the additional customs fee (pay it before we'll deliver per UPS) I've had most of the smaller orders come DHL recently. DHL doesn't hold up shipment and bills later for any fees from my experience. I'm not sure what to expect for future orders as far as what shipper to expect. I've never had a WN order shipped DHL transferred to USPS once in the states, but there have been other shipments which have from other sources Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
  10. Replacement hardware (bottom) - I was concerned about the smaller diameter of the bolts, but looking at them, I think they'll work. Part number is correct for multiple models
  11. Nick, I would also like contact info please. Yesterday, I went so far as finding the part numbers for these rubber buffers for these and also was trying to find the seller you'd mentioned, but could not find contact info 51 21 6 642 010 - Gummipuffer 51 21 6 642 011 - Gummipuffer Alex, I noticed that WN still has the passenger side latches pictured with the rubber part in place, so that is good to know that it's not worth buying for the rubber piece alone.
  12. Is there a plastic part on the door latch that is missing in the pictures? My doors seem to work fine when I installed Nung's door strikers, or much better than they did with deteriorated strikers.
  13. Naz, I guess the door stops as I was calling them are being called door buffers from the seller. Not sure if you're looking for the plastic parts, or the metal door post, but here the link to the sellers post which I original found through the Neue Klasse Registry link at the top of the forum page - page 3: I haven't done anything with the front sub-frame yet; still focused on the rear. I did buy the rubber bushing for the rear axle, but I wouldn't think they were the same part number as the rear.
  14. Thanks for saving me untold hours of wasted effort, I know I've seen the cr trans installed behind the e30 m3 engine, but with a 4.10 or 3.91. I guess that works because twice the hp and much higher Rev limit and maybe higher torque. Sent from my SAMSUNG-SM-N900A using Tapatalk
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