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    Icon14 For Sale R19 Parts

    I have stripped a couple of R19's ser1 and Ser2 and have parts left over from doing my rebuilds.
    So let me know if you need something and I have a look if it's here still.

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    late series manual gearbox?
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    The bottom is the area that runs out of oxygen first, it is where the most oxygen is used........"



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    unfortunately only one in bits, I was Renault service manager so I rebuild them normally.
    I have a lot of parts what's wrong with yours?

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    by the way they are all the same box for series 1, 2 1.7 and 1.8
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    not for me, for a friend. I believe they're wanting to save some time and avoid pulling the one they have apart. ...easier just to swap over with a good one.
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    deteriorates when the bottom environment cannot support animal life.
    The bottom is the area that runs out of oxygen first, it is where the most oxygen is used........"



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    '85 fuego GTX
    ....beginning to look a bit frightning isn't it.

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    renoamust'
    I need some good front shocks for a 1.7 - '94. Are you able to oblige??

    Thanks Ray
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    Yes Ray I have fronts in serviceable condition with springs still fitted, standards $35.oo ea or have HD @ $50.oo ea (part of full set pref to sell together) I would just have to check the swivel bearings that they are ok.
    You can contact me on 0414352391 and we can discuss freight

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    Quote Originally Posted by renoamust View Post
    i have stripped a couple of r19's ser1 and ser2 and have parts left over from doing my rebuilds.
    So let me know if you need something and i have a look if it's here still.
    bump.

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    Quote Originally Posted by renoamust View Post
    I have stripped a couple of R19's ser1 and Ser2 and have parts left over from doing my rebuilds.
    So let me know if you need something and I have a look if it's here still.

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