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  1. I like my original BRE, below are some pictures that you never seen related to the mounting: https://jarvas240z.blogspot.com/2015/05/bre-rear-spoiler-install.html
  2. This the best instructions that I found but it doesn't address the throttle shaft itself being worn. https://windyridgefarm.us/documents/DIY_Guide_to_Re-bushing_SU_Carburetors.pdf
  3. Has anyone attempted their own roller bushings similar to what ztherapy manufactures? I wonder if that’s the solution we need for us guys who don’t need all the bling but want the carbs to perform. I’d order the ztherapy kit but I’ve heard it’s almost a year backlog!
  4. I had to replace the ignition switch (behind the key) on the steering column as my 45+ year old one in my '72 seemed to have crapped out while cruising down the highway due to the bouncing of the keys against the ignition switch.
  5. Here's how I did it with two relays: https://jarvas240z.blogspot.com/2015/05/amfm-antenna-upgrade.html
  6. I had the same thing on the first side I did. Gotta get that seal pounded all the way in (gently!) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Thanks for your help! I'll make sure that I "pay it forward" with others who may need some of the old bits that I've collected over the years.
  8. Thank you!! That would be great if you can send me one, happy to pay a fair price and shipping. I’ll send a personal message with my email. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  9. While pulling the axles out of my '72 240z I noticed that the Grease Catcher (#56 below) was damaged, most likely by the bad bearings that were in there or a prior service by a former owner. I'm converting to Disc Brakes and am questioning if I truly need the piece as its no longer available and its too far damaged to bend it back into shape. Based on the image it appears that the grease catcher is used to prevent grease from entering the inside of the brake drum. Does anyone run their rear axles without the grease catcher?
  10. Funny that is my pump in my garage! Let me dig through my old parts tonight and I'll see what I have left. I think I've got the manifold emmisions pieces, not sure about the pump/hoses any more.
  11. I run a 4.11 and a ‘77 wide ratio 5speed. It’s very spirited driving and I love it. On the highway it’s at about 3500rpm in 5th at 75mph. I don’t have my Z for efficiency, fun is more important to me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  12. Attached is my original (accessory) AC documentation that I ran across years ago.
  13. I used a grade8 nut and bolt. You can access the behind from under the vinyl Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. Here's how to wire up the OEM head unit antenna switch with a modern antenna. Up goes up & down goes down by use of some reversing relays. https://jarvas240z.blogspot.com/2015/05/amfm-antenna-upgrade.html
  15. Try Amazon? https://smile.amazon.com/Red-Line-50304-Transmission-Transaxle/dp/B000CPCBEQ/ref=sr_1_1?keywords=redline+mt90&qid=1551223687&s=gateway&sr=8-1
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