1987 pulsar front coil spring

Asked by Jul 15, 2011 at 12:17 PM about the 1987 Nissan Pulsar

Question type: Maintenance & Repair

I have an 87 pulsar and the coil spring is busted and I can't find one anywhere not online
in junkyards anywhere not even a dealership what should I do?

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Back in 2000, I bought an '88 Pulsar NX. $250 at an auction. Non running junker. $5000 in parts later- my own labor-deceint car. Now- the drivers side rear strut tower has ripped along the weld. Im sick of shoving $$$ into this car!! Its got dozens of new parts (have all receipts- and some video/pics of work to prove). The front coils were $119 each at dealer. 1 (Pside because of weight difference ) is 10 millimeters longer. Id give anything- if this car were to go to a GOOD home!! 1.6, 5 spd, NEW CLUTCH/FLYWHEEL (vid of replacement). New brakes/ all hardware (pics)- runs GREAT. Name the part- its been replaced. Almost new car. Body needs work. If interested- let me know- K? Labcourier142hhr@verizon.net

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