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Mr G60
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Amayama Trading - Genuine Parts for Japan Used Imports - Amayama Trading

Any of you ever use this place for parts? A lot of Cruiser guys in the US use them and have good results. I placed an order last night so will see myself.


Awhile back I had issues with the steel injection lines from IP to injectors. The lines being corroded inside and rust getting into my injectors. Got a used set, basically same problem. At the time I was told these lines from Nissan were very very expensive, like $500-1,000 for the set. Well, that info seems way wrong. I bought all new injection lines last night at Amayama for about $25/each. Goes to show, do your own searching for parts.

Oh ya, they show the IP as available too, for the SD33T, new from Nissan. About $4k!!! And a complete bare engine too, sit down here it comes....$8000!! And this is all in USD.

Cheers
 

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Always nice to know there are other places to look for parts! Thanks man
 

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Master Coalroller
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All the time.
I always cross reference my part searches here prior to ordering with Amayama though, this site has the fisch drawings as well as date splits.
https://partsouq.com/en/catalog/nissan
On here Patrol is for MQ/K and Safari is for GQ.
 

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Rust is just natural weight reduction.
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It is very interesting to see what parts are still available for older patrols. I've never ordered through amayama but I have looked up lots of parts and have been tempted to grab a couple of NOS turbo stickers.
 

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I used Amayama Trading to get the left and right quarter glass rubbers for my Nissan, they kept me well informed on the order and were more than helpful.
 

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I used Amayama many times. They are very helpful. Parcels I usually get after one week (from Japan to Poland). Postage is quite cheap. They use Japan Post. 1-2 kg pack costs about 20$.
 
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