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About bstrudg

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    Total disassembled wants to get it back together.
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    Air Dam

    That's it. I really like that one but the photos on line are not very clear. Was is easy to install?
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    Air Dam

    Can anyone tell me if this is the Xenon 3124 air dam? The picture of the red one is on the web site but I am not sure if it is the same. 456-3124.webp AF1QipPANZqKB-nPGL7KNp2jOp0vWqFd9xifnN3wvkkI[1]
  3. Does a 74 260z grill fit a 73 240z?
  4. I found the bracket and know exactly how it goes in, thank for your help.
  5. Thank you so much. The photo is zoomed in so much it is hard for me to know exactly how it mounts. It does look like it mounts to a bracket and then to the frame. I think the bolt above the Phillips screw is the one I see in the photo I have. Thanks again, I am going to look for a bracket like I see in your photo, I might have it.
  6. Hello, it has been about a year since my last post. This car I bought was completely disassembled when I bought it. I am slowly getting it back together and I am not able to figure out where the fuel pump mounts to. There are two sets of holes going through the trunk area and it does not fit there and there are two holes going through the frame and it does not fit there. I have looked for photos of an original and have not been able to find any. I hope someone can show me a picture and help me out. Thank you for your time.
  7. So this is what I have. The front crossmember is not installed. I tied a string from the frame holes that hold the front crossmember to the frame, from one side to the other. I almost get a staight shot from the rear bolts. The distance from the rear bolt to the front holes 93 5/8in and from the same rear bolt to the front crossmember bolt is 97 1/8in. The rear control arm bolts that are closerto the front of the car are to close to the dip in the floor pans to get an acurate measurement. I hope this helps.
  8. So no one knows this? I have a completely disassembeld car hanging sideways in my back yard. Just to be sure, the front crossmember with the steering rack, the holes that bolt it to the frame of the car? TO: The rear lower control arm has two places it mounts to one towards the fron and one to the rear. I can measure that.
  9. With the car up like this seems to be a good time to replace the brake lines.
  10. It's a 73 240z, I guess you could say I am restoring it. I bought it from a friend who was practically going to give it away. He took it apart and sent it out to have all the rust fixed. Then it sat in his garage for a few years and he never got back to finishing it. I am in the process of putting it back together. I have it hanging sideways under a car port. I started to fit the old lines back in. I see the mounts under the car and I have the rubber holders. I think they should go in a certain order. It just doesn't seem right to put the old ones back in. I am looking at the kits from ebay and I think that is the way to go.
  11. I am trying to decide weather or not to replace all the brake lines and fuel lines. I see the kits on ebay that come with different lengths of lines. Would that be the way to go or making my own. I am looking for photos of how the lines run under the car. I see the rubber holders, I am missing some of the screws and brackets that hold them in. I would like to know what order the lines go in in the holders. Does any one have picture they can show me?
  12. Crazy question, the bolts that hold on the front lower control arms will not fit through the crossmember. I have two different sets that I know are correct, why will they not fit trought?
  13. Not quite sure where my mind is right now. The donor car does not look good right now. There were quite a few but so much was missing off the cars and what a rust nightmare at that yard. Just asking the guy about some prices on stuff and he was way high. I am finding parts pulled and shipped to me on ebay for less than what he was asking. My dream would be to find one I could afford and bring home to work off of. I am starting to doubt myself. Thinking I am over my head. I do enjoy doing stuff like this but I want to punch the guy right in the face that I bought this from, and he is a good friend. Who in there right mind would disassemble a car and not take pictures and bag each bolt. Sometimes I enjoy this and other times I am ready to give up. I got the car for $1,500 knowing thats what he bought it for. He put $4,000 into just getting all the rust fixed. I gave him the $1,500 he wanted and I have another $1,250 in brakes, hoses, struts and bushings. I am not sure I could get my money back out at this pint. How can you go about selling a car like this?
  14. I want to thank all of you for your help. I have located a car that I can remove the bolts from and I will go take a look at it tomorrow. I will let you know how it goes.
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