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Posted: Nov 24 2022 at 5:55pm | IP Logged Quote nanosuna1977

Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna
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Posted: Nov 24 2022 at 6:33pm | IP Logged Quote Rubble

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,

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Posted: Nov 24 2022 at 7:56pm | IP Logged Quote nanosuna1977

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nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,


Thank you! I have done that. I havent done the part
that you mentioned searching by a digit off maybe to see
more matches. Its been very hard to find those parts..
But it has worked in the past for other parts so im
hoping some of these parts will pop up eventually.
Thanks again
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Posted: Nov 24 2022 at 11:32pm | IP Logged Quote Rubble

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,


Thank you! I have done that. I havent done the part
that you mentioned searching by a digit off maybe to see
more matches. Its been very hard to find those parts..
But it has worked in the past for other parts so im
hoping some of these parts will pop up eventually.
Thanks again


Nano,

I searched on EBay and saw some part's that the part #'s
were a digit or 2 off of the #'s that you posted. I was
thinking maybe that you didn't have the correct part #.
So you've done all that I can think of allready.

It's a bummer when we can't get the part's that we need.

There's some online Salvage Part's, but I don't remember
the name or link,, but you've probly allready done that
as well.

Another path might be to ask a Body Shop if they have a
source for Salvage part's that you haven't found yet.

Is the old part broken or just missing? If just broken,,
it may be repaired useing a Plastic or Rubber welding
kit. There is also what they call Hot Staple Welding
Gun's as well. I've got both those type's of kit's and
have used them with good success on doing a repair.
Those kit's are available on EBay @ a Resonable Price.

I'm pretty sure if you keep looking, eventually you'll
find the part that you need; Just take's persistence and
Time.

Good Luck,

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Posted: Nov 25 2022 at 8:28am | IP Logged Quote nanosuna1977

Rubble wrote:
nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,


Thank you! I have done that. I havent done the part
that you mentioned searching by a digit off maybe to see
more matches. Its been very hard to find those parts..
But it has worked in the past for other parts so im
hoping some of these parts will pop up eventually.
Thanks again


Nano,

I searched on EBay and saw some part's that the part #'s
were a digit or 2 off of the #'s that you posted. I was
thinking maybe that you didn't have the correct part #.
So you've done all that I can think of allready.

It's a bummer when we can't get the part's that we need.

There's some online Salvage Part's, but I don't remember
the name or link,, but you've probly allready done that
as well.

Another path might be to ask a Body Shop if they have a
source for Salvage part's that you haven't found yet.

Is the old part broken or just missing? If just broken,,
it may be repaired useing a Plastic or Rubber welding
kit. There is also what they call Hot Staple Welding
Gun's as well. I've got both those type's of kit's and
have used them with good success on doing a repair.
Those kit's are available on EBay @ a Resonable Price.

I'm pretty sure if you keep looking, eventually you'll
find the part that you need; Just take's persistence and
Time.

Good Luck,


Thanks for the pointers. Can you tell me what you used
for the part #? I got those straight from the website
you mentioned in your first reply. Ive been using that
same website to find the part numbers coincidentally
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Posted: Nov 25 2022 at 12:15pm | IP Logged Quote Rubble

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,


Thank you! I have done that. I havent done the part
that you mentioned searching by a digit off maybe to see
more matches. Its been very hard to find those parts..
But it has worked in the past for other parts so im
hoping some of these parts will pop up eventually.
Thanks again


Nano,

I searched on EBay and saw some part's that the part #'s
were a digit or 2 off of the #'s that you posted. I was
thinking maybe that you didn't have the correct part #.
So you've done all that I can think of allready.

It's a bummer when we can't get the part's that we need.

There's some online Salvage Part's, but I don't remember
the name or link,, but you've probly allready done that
as well.

Another path might be to ask a Body Shop if they have a
source for Salvage part's that you haven't found yet.

Is the old part broken or just missing? If just broken,,
it may be repaired useing a Plastic or Rubber welding
kit. There is also what they call Hot Staple Welding
Gun's as well. I've got both those type's of kit's and
have used them with good success on doing a repair.
Those kit's are available on EBay @ a Resonable Price.

I'm pretty sure if you keep looking, eventually you'll
find the part that you need; Just take's persistence and
Time.

Good Luck,


Thanks for the pointers. Can you tell me what you used
for the part #? I got those straight from the website
you mentioned in your first reply. Ive been using that
same website to find the part numbers coincidentally


Nano,

I searched on Ebay with all the #'s that you posted, but
useing the Nissan part # Nissan 93829-3S510 brought up
some part's that looked interesting, but there were a
couple digit's that were different on Ebay. I recognize
the Nissan part #,, as Frequently I'll use a Nissan Part
# to search what I need for my 2013 Frontier.

Sometime's they'll advertise with the Dash removed in the
part # as well.

Be sure to search on the WWW as well. Never know what
other country has what you need and the shipping may or
may not cost too much. Just never know now day's.

Good Luck,

PS ~ Here's another place to try if you haven't
allready; car-part.com





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Posted: Nov 25 2022 at 9:22pm | IP Logged Quote nanosuna1977

Rubble wrote:
nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,


Thank you! I have done that. I havent done the part
that you mentioned searching by a digit off maybe to see
more matches. Its been very hard to find those parts..
But it has worked in the past for other parts so im
hoping some of these parts will pop up eventually.
Thanks again


Nano,

I searched on EBay and saw some part's that the part #'s
were a digit or 2 off of the #'s that you posted. I was
thinking maybe that you didn't have the correct part #.
So you've done all that I can think of allready.

It's a bummer when we can't get the part's that we need.

There's some online Salvage Part's, but I don't remember
the name or link,, but you've probly allready done that
as well.

Another path might be to ask a Body Shop if they have a
source for Salvage part's that you haven't found yet.

Is the old part broken or just missing? If just broken,,
it may be repaired useing a Plastic or Rubber welding
kit. There is also what they call Hot Staple Welding
Gun's as well. I've got both those type's of kit's and
have used them with good success on doing a repair.
Those kit's are available on EBay @ a Resonable Price.

I'm pretty sure if you keep looking, eventually you'll
find the part that you need; Just take's persistence and
Time.

Good Luck,


Thanks for the pointers. Can you tell me what you used
for the part #? I got those straight from the website
you mentioned in your first reply. Ive been using that
same website to find the part numbers coincidentally


Nano,

I searched on Ebay with all the #'s that you posted, but
useing the Nissan part # Nissan 93829-3S510 brought up
some part's that looked interesting, but there were a
couple digit's that were different on Ebay. I recognize
the Nissan part #,, as Frequently I'll use a Nissan Part
# to search what I need for my 2013 Frontier.

Sometime's they'll advertise with the Dash removed in the
part # as well.

Be sure to search on the WWW as well. Never know what
other country has what you need and the shipping may or
may not cost too much. Just never know now day's.

Good Luck,

PS ~ Here's another place to try if you haven't
allready; car-part.com




Thanks for the pointers. The parts are missing, so I
have to get new ones... wish I could just fix them. I
will try your suggestions. Thanks again!
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Posted: Nov 26 2022 at 8:43pm | IP Logged Quote nanosuna1977

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Rubble wrote:

nanosuna1977 wrote:
Hello everyone,

I am looking for the following parts. I have been looking
online everywhere without any luck. I tried local junk
yards without any luck either.

here are the part numbers:

1) mud guard for my 1999 nissan frontier 4wd. The part
number is F3851-3S510 or F3851-9Z010
2) Nissan 93829-3S510 Fender-Over,Rear LH 1998-2001
Nissan Frontier 938293S510

Thanks in advance

Orlando Osuna


Nano,

Go to this site: https://www.nissanpartsdeal.com/

Put in your Vin # to make sure you have the right Nissan
part #.

Then search on EBay, Amazon, as well as WWW.

I did a Search on Ebay useing your part #'s and maybe a
Digit wrong.

If you've allready done this,, that's all I've got.

Good Luck,


Thank you! I have done that. I havent done the part
that you mentioned searching by a digit off maybe to see
more matches. Its been very hard to find those parts..
But it has worked in the past for other parts so im
hoping some of these parts will pop up eventually.
Thanks again


Nano,

I searched on EBay and saw some part's that the part #'s
were a digit or 2 off of the #'s that you posted. I was
thinking maybe that you didn't have the correct part #.
So you've done all that I can think of allready.

It's a bummer when we can't get the part's that we need.

There's some online Salvage Part's, but I don't remember
the name or link,, but you've probly allready done that
as well.

Another path might be to ask a Body Shop if they have a
source for Salvage part's that you haven't found yet.

Is the old part broken or just missing? If just broken,,
it may be repaired useing a Plastic or Rubber welding
kit. There is also what they call Hot Staple Welding
Gun's as well. I've got both those type's of kit's and
have used them with good success on doing a repair.
Those kit's are available on EBay @ a Resonable Price.

I'm pretty sure if you keep looking, eventually you'll
find the part that you need; Just take's persistence and
Time.

Good Luck,


Thanks for the pointers. Can you tell me what you used
for the part #? I got those straight from the website
you mentioned in your first reply. Ive been using that
same website to find the part numbers coincidentally


Nano,

I searched on Ebay with all the #'s that you posted, but
useing the Nissan part # Nissan 93829-3S510 brought up
some part's that looked interesting, but there were a
couple digit's that were different on Ebay. I recognize
the Nissan part #,, as Frequently I'll use a Nissan Part
# to search what I need for my 2013 Frontier.

Sometime's they'll advertise with the Dash removed in the
part # as well.

Be sure to search on the WWW as well. Never know what
other country has what you need and the shipping may or
may not cost too much. Just never know now day's.

Good Luck,

PS ~ Here's another place to try if you haven't
allready; car-part.com




Thanks for the pointers. The parts are missing, so I
have to get new ones... wish I could just fix them. I
will try your suggestions. Thanks again!


Car-part seems pretty useful. I already found a few
fenders and sent them emails to ask them for more
details. I hope they have them. Thanks again for the
info. Orlando
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Posted: Nov 26 2022 at 10:06pm | IP Logged Quote Rubble

"Car-part seems pretty useful. I already found a few
fenders and sent them emails to ask them for more
details. I hope they have them. Thanks again for the
info. Orlando "

Orlando,

Well Good. At least you've got a little positive maybe
in your search. Hope they are able to help you out.

If not, don't forget the Body Shop's, as they probly have
insider contact's that might be able to get used part's
as well. Just never know what will turn up when the
Hound is on the Trail.   

Even if you only find one that has a crack or isn't in
very good condition; Useing a Plastic Welding kit,
and/or a Hot Staple Gun Kit, and/or a Hot Air Heat Gun
can really help in doing Repair and Restoration of
Plastic. I hate Plastic, but that's what they are going
to more and more now. I recently had some Tab's to start
Cracking that held on the Lower Front Air Dam on my '13.
I was able to get a good strong repair useing the Hot
Staple Gun. Probly just as strong or stronger now than
New. The Garbage Company exchanged my Good Garbage
Container and left me one with a Cracked Lid that would
let water into the container. I used my Plastic Welding
Kit to get a Good Strong Repair that sealed and bonded
the Crack; Maybe almost as strong as a New Lid. These
Kit's are available on EBay @ a Reasonable Cost and well
worth the money imo,, when needed to do a Plastic Repair.
I've used the Hot Air Heat Gun a few time's as well; I
bought a New Handle for the Fridge. But the Handle
didn't line up correctly with the screw hole's and I
heated up the handle and gently pulled it into alignment.
That's probly why the oe handle broke in the 1st place
cause they just used brute force to line the handle up
and over time,, the handle just cracked and broke under
the continued pressure of incorrect alignment. I got the
Hot Air Heat Gun off of EBay as well; Well worth the
money when needed.

Let us know how it is going and Good Luck,

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