gq 4.2 clutch

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gq 4.2 clutch

Unread post by bigtez_2 » July 11th, 2007, 9:16 am

anyone know the price of a a4.2 clutch fitted my 2.8 was done at bundy couple months ago for about 600 if i dig the bill out .mate is getting prices now using mine as an example .they are quoting around the 1000 upwards and they reckon the 2.8 should of been at least that
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Unread post by davez104 » July 11th, 2007, 9:54 am

Thats if you don't go to Nissan, they are quoting a bit over $1400 without getting the flywheel machined.

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Unread post by Patrolling Paddy » July 11th, 2007, 12:25 pm

Not sure about the GU and some time has passed but I had mine done (Pilbara WA) late 2004 and the labour alone was about the $700 mark and I supplied a clutch (H/D Xtreme Outback) at about another $750, so the $1000 isn't too bad I spose, as long as that is supply and fit.

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Unread post by Peter Aawen » July 11th, 2007, 1:16 pm

Getting yours done for $600 would hardly have covered the costs!! don't complain tho', maybe they forgot to charge you for the parts!! The 2.8 is quite commonly MORE expensive than the 4.2, 'cos there were a few flywheel issues that often occur if it is let go too long, but again $600 is a damned good price, I would've thought that $1000 was a more likely mark, and certainly if you go Nissan specific it is often more!

Anything under the $1000 for Supply and Fit, just make sure that you are getting the Clutch that you think you're getting, and grab it!
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