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    Plainfield, IL
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    http://jarvas240z.blogspot.com/

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  1. 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?
  2. 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.
  3. 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
  4. Attached is my original (accessory) AC documentation that I ran across years ago.
  5. I used a grade8 nut and bolt. You can access the behind from under the vinyl Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. 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
  7. 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
  8. https://skillard.com/products/s30-battery-tray-area-patch Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  9. Doesn’t Skillard make a replacement? Check them out Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  10. That looks like the rear defroster switch, which I use for my fogs as the rear defroster isn’t ever needed Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  11. I ran across this a while ago.... https://jdm-car-parts.com/products/genuine-nissan-fog-lamp-kit-nissan-610-240z-260z-280z-510-skyline
  12. Try listing it on Craigslist or Facebook marketplace, I recently sold the same for $110 Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
  13. hi, Noticed you had a Interpart lift Louver with mounting kist for sale a while back. Wondering if you still have it or if you or any memeber here would have what i need.

    i am looking for the left and right side mounting metal strips with locks and keys ( or keys) in good working order. I would take just the right side trip with lock and key ( or no key if need be) if anyone has that which is the one i REALLY NEED BUT WOULD BE WILLING TO TAE THE SET.

    i HAVE A 1976 280Z that was stores for about 25 plus years and just took it out last year and been getting back up to speed. But lock on louver is old and the one on the right cracked and I would really appreciate any help for any memeber to help me find them...Even take any CAD drawing of these parts and have them 3D printed if possible...Thanks to everyone..

     

  14. DugsZ -- Electric fuel pumps are better at "pushing" than "pulling" thats why you mount it near the tank. Mechanical pumps are the opposite, they do great with suction.
  15. I’ve got a full set from my ‘72 240z that are in nice condition if anyone is Interested Sent from my iPhone using Classic Zcar Club mobile
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