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Sapquru,
Just side tracking a bit how much did you get the engine cover for?

I'm looking for one too! :-)
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Hi Jalal - yes I have the screw thread indicated in your diagram. Cheers, Ben.
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Hi there,

I was lucky enough to pick it up on ebay.com.au for $80.

Cheers,

Ben.
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quote:

LLCOOLJ168 wrote:

Sapquru,
Just side tracking a bit how much did you get the engine cover for?

I'm looking for one too! :-)



Refer to THIS thread for prices and where to find them.



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quote:

sapguru wrote:

Hi there,

I was lucky enough to pick it up on ebay.com.au for $80.

Cheers,

Ben.



From an ex-forum memeber I believe LOL emoticon


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sapguru wrote:

Hi Jalal - yes I have the screw thread indicated in your diagram. Cheers, Ben.



Excellent stuff, in this case your engine cover will sit as it should, using all 3 screw positions.

PM me your address and I'll send you that extra screw I have when I find it.



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Hi Guys , I just bought an unused engine cover from the states for $40 aus, off the sentra forum. (thanks for the lead Jalal) Unfortunately there are no bolts or bracket. Jalal do you have part numbers for these please, thanks again, now I just wait for the good will to arrive at my door, fingers crossed.

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That's why it cost only 40 bucks mate emoticon

The bracket for this engine cover can not be found anywhere and only the owner of the Sentra that sent the cover to you can help you by taking it off from his engine block.

It's either that or you gonna have to fabricate the bracket locally by copying one of ours.

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I made mine with tin snips and some corrigated iron. It just needs a right angle bend and two holes drilled through the home made bracket top and bottom, to mount on the side of the block and through the engine cover.
If you undo one of the bolts that hold the side engine panels on (10mm head) and take that to Bunnings etc, you can match them up easily enough. Obviously, the bolt through the engine cover and bracket will need a nut. I used a nyloc so it doesnt unwind.
Hope this helps
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