The GKTECH 350z/V35 Skyline front lower arm strut mount bearing replacements are designed to replace the factory OEM rubber bush.
We have chosen to use a common (COM10T) spherical bearing which is PTFE lined and self lubricating for increased longevity. Simply press out the OEM bush and press the replacement unit in it's place.
Sold as a pair
- Nissan Z33 350z
- Nissan V35 Skyline Coupe (2003-2007)
- Nissan V35 Skyline Sedan (2003-2006)
FAQsWill this fit my car?
We can only confirm fitment for the vehicles listed above under vehicle compatibility. If your car is not listed there, then we don't know if it will fit.
Is there anything else needed for installation?
There is not. Simply remove the OEM bush and press this complete unit in its place.
Can I install this myself? If so how long will installation take?
Yes, provided you have general mechanical knowledge installation is relatively straightforward. Installation time should be around 30 minutes. However, being a suspension component we recommend only a trained professional to install this product
Do you carry spare parts for this product?
Yes we carry the following spare parts for this product;
Replacement Com10T Bearing -
Spare part can be found here
Nissan V35 Skyline Coupe (2003-2007 only)
Nissan V35 Skyline Sedan (2003-2006 only)
Brilliant quality and arrived quickly and easy to fit love it
These are a must for anyone needing ultimate performance from your coils by alleviating all the deflection and “squish” from poly or rubber bushing. Highly recommend!
Solid unit easy to fit and looks mint feels like genuine once in the car worth the extra price 👌
although the car became a bit squeakier car rides amazingly. would definitely recommend if your bushing is starting to fail
The spherical bearings were seized on the first and second bodies I received. Finally got a decent one after the third try, but it was seized after installation [professionally pressed in at a machine shop], so my passenger-side lca is crooked. I'm hoping they will eventually break free, but so far it's still stuck after one track day. Their qc and cs department can use some work, my experience was pretty sour. I will look elsewhere in the future.
Hi Roland, as mentioned via email the bearings are not seized and they will free up. You were unhappy and we sent 3 separate sets out to you to try and make you happy. You're trying to move them by hand when in reality a vehicles force is much greater. We're not in the business of scamming customers or selling faulty products. If there was an issue, we would fix it but please trust our judgement. John who you've been communicating too is a qualified mechanic of 10+ years and has been playing with Japanese cars since he was 12 years old.