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  1. This helps a lot. I've been trying to fish the wires in the channel behind the hatch hinge not outside of the channel as shown. I have 500 pictures of the disassembly but not this one. Thanks!
  2. I'm finally at the reassembly stage of my 72 240z and I cant figure out how to run the part of the interior wire harness that goes up to the defroster and dome light. is it just supposed up the C pillar and go behind the hatch hinge? My hinge and gasket are installed. Thanks!
  3. I may have one lined up but it's not definite. Are there any scratches or scuffs? How are the defroster lines? Thanks
  4. Great call. I have the MSA sway bars so the washers are different but I just found a stock link and the washer matches. No clue why I ordered them. Thanks!
  5. Im losing my mind. I took pretty good notes for every fastener I removed from my 240 when I took it apart...except for these washers. Any thoughts where they go? I even ended up buying new ones from Nissan which are shown in the pictures.
  6. The poly bushings they sell are still too big with the sleeve out. I actually turned one down to fit but then they are too long. Both the small diameter and the flange area are too long.
  7. #18 is what I need. It melted from the heat of the powder coating process.
  8. I made a rookie mistake and had all the pieces of my transmission crossmember power coated including the inner piece that has the rubber bushings. Well the rubber bushings melted away- go figure. I turned to the poly bushings which apparently don't fit a 72 mount and now I'm at a bit of a loss. Anybody have any replacement ideas or even an old mount with good bushings laying around? The OEM replacement bushings have been NLA for years. Zeddsaver has a restored one for $200 plus shipping so that is always a (pricy) option. I'm trying to keep my restoration as correct as possible so I really want to stick with the original mount style. Picture of my mount style below for reference
  9. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Looking for a transmission crossmember for a 72 240z. I really just need the inner leaf spring piece because I melted the bushings out of mine when I powder coated it. The poly bushings dont work for a 72 so I'm hoping I can find one here.

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  10. View Advert 72 240z Transmission Crossmember Wanted Looking for a transmission crossmember for a 72 240z. I really just need the inner leaf spring piece because I melted the bushings out of mine when I powder coated it. The poly bushings dont work for a 72 so I'm hoping I can find one here. Advertiser Zaspen Date 02/22/2020 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 72 Model 240z  
  11. Do you mind cleaning it up and snapping a few pics? I've bought one a little dirty that hid some serious scuffing. Thanks!
  12. View Advert Series 1 Hatch Glass Wanted I'm looking for the hatch glass for an early 240z with the vertical defroster lines. I'd like to find something in good shape without scratches and chips if possible. Advertiser Zaspen Date 01/13/2020 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1972 Model 240z  
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    I'm looking for the hatch glass for an early 240z with the vertical defroster lines. I'd like to find something in good shape without scratches and chips if possible.

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  14. I'm trying to determine the correct hatch glass for my 72 240z. A lot of info I am seeing indicates that the vertical defroster lines were only in 70/71 model years but further research leads me to believe the change happened in the middle of the 72 production at 1/72 production date. I think the parts book supports this. Mine is 10/71 production date an I think it should have vertical. Does this sound correct?