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    Hi Guys,

    believe it or not, but none of the cars that i have, actually came with the rubber boot for the gear stick.. can anyone supply me with a pic of the correct manual one for the C110

    if anyone has a pic of an original gearstick leather boot that would be helpfull too..

    wishfull thinking i know.. but i need to start looking for when i eventually get around to doing the interior (for the 240K GT and the 240K)
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    2 pictures of the same car, looks some what factory


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    Hello Kent,
    You can still buy these new I believe. Pictures attached of one that came out of my parts car, and the new one I bought as well as the inner boot that you might also need...
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    new as in..new from nissan? if so, do i use the C110 part number? or is there an updated model number. wow.. that would be too easy!

    nice gearknob too!
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    I bought one on ebay. It's a NOS part in perfect new condition. You should give a try. It cost me something like $5-6 + shipping

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    bump would be interested in finding out where you got one Lachlan
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    Yep new from Nissan Kent, give them a shot!

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    any idea which nissan dealer or the part number?

    The number i have from the parts manual is 74963-S0102 but Mildren Nissan here in artarmon reckon that Nissans part system doesn't recognise it (or any other 240k parts i have given them)
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    Quote Originally Posted by khughes View Post
    any idea which nissan dealer or the part number?

    The number i have from the parts manual is 74963-S0102 but Mildren Nissan here in artarmon reckon that Nissans part system doesn't recognise it (or any other 240k parts i have given them)

    The joys of owning a older car..

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    could be worse, i could be trying to find parts for a C10 (or C110 in the US )
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    Did you end up finding a gear stick boot ?

    I came across this

    http://store.autospeed.com/Car%20Acc...ermomo20080918

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    yeah, i had been eyeing these up

    But most importantly i need the rubber boot that covers the hole first

    I found in my parts car that it had the tattered remains of one, so atleast i have something to go off now
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    Kent,
    if it's any help I can try Main North Nissan in Adelaide.
    They've filled some weird requests in the past - like Nismo conrods for an FJ20!

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    Art, it would be fantastic if you could. on the off chance they can get them, can you get me 2 please .

    Not sure if the C210 Skyline ones are similar (though They may be the square chunky type like i think the later R30's are)
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    Will do.
    I really should get a replacement or two for my car too.
    I'll let you know asap.
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    Thanks Art, really appreciate the help

    Kent
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    It appears that the part no's needed are

    32862-E9300 boot - control lever (all transmission models) -- this is the small lower one that keeps the crud out of the shifter bushes & pivot pin.
    74963-50102 boot - control lever (all body types) -- this is the one that seals off the floor.

    Maybe you want to also try for either

    96935-R3700 boot - console ( to 3/75 ) OR
    96935-R3760 boot - console ( from 4/75 ) -- this is the 'leather' bit that goes in the console

    I'm pretty sure that 32862-E9300 boot is the same part as Z cars and likely most all floor shift Datsuns through the 70's

    I'll check back in a day or so for your wants.

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    I'd suggest that you be very careful about the fit of these parts. I mistakenly bought an aftermarket outer rubber shift boot, and it is way too thick. It in fact forces my shift lever OUT of gear from all of that rubber pushing back. My .02
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    dont rely on old part numbers. if you call up and quote one the interpreter will just fire it in and if nothign comes up they will most likely just say you cant get it anymore. best way to go is to look it up in FAST and get the most recent number, often old numbers are substituted for new ones more than once. and you can go to any nissan dealership, all of the countries stock is accounted for on the computer system. its amazing what is still sitting on shelves, today I ordered a brand new mr30 bumper skin for example. I got a clutch hose for a r31 and the package for it was dated 1992.

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