Jump to content

Yarb

Supporting Member
  • Content Count

    297
  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

49 Excellent

About Yarb

  • Rank
    Active Member

Contact

  • Map Location
    Central Florida
  • Occupation
    Retired

My Cars

  • Zcars Owned
    240z
    280z
  • About my Cars
    78 280Z 2nd owner since 1984. Warehoused for last 10 years. Time to bring her back to life. Ran extremely rich when warehoused. Looking forward to utilizing the tremendous amount of information available through the forum.

Recent Profile Visitors

The recent visitors block is disabled and is not being shown to other users.

  1. Hey Sean do you have a prototype of the caps for the S30 you can share to give us an idea. Thanks
  2. To start it would be interesting to see what the pressure is doing when it’s fluttering and after t smooths out.
  3. Where did these come from??
  4. Just recently tried to pick up some fasteners at my local Fastenal. They recently started a new policy where there was a minimum $ amount of $25 for non-account holders. Not sure if this is corporate wide or not.
  5. Didn’t you recently change radiator? I thought about asking you if the radiator was thinner, but seems like you would have noticed that much difference between the two.
  6. Had the same dilemma ended up just grinding off enough metal so you can use the clip. Haven’t tried this yet but someone in this he past mentioned to flip flop the cables. You have to slip them out of the hangars to do that.
  7. Done business with these guys one time. They are third party and don’t have a whse. Asked the rep one day and he admitted not stocking anything local. Still check pricing but beware. speaking of car parts.com
  8. View Advert R180 3:54 1978 280z Differential Automatic Transmission R180 3:54 from my 1978 Automatic. Converted the car to a 5 speed and installed an R200 3:90. Owned this car since 1983 at 16k miles. The mileage is just over 100k before the conversion. Differential was clean with no apparent wear or signs of metal. I’ve included the pics for you to see. Before you beat me up on the pricing, This diff has had an easy life. Thought someone might be interested on finding one from a member that has history on this 43 year old part. Took it down to metal. Etching primer and paint. Nissan seals, gasket and drain plug. I did not mess with the pinion for obvious reasons. Just thought I’d throw it out to the forum. If it doesn’t sell I’ll store it away. Thanks... John Advertiser Yarb Date 02/04/2021 Price $450.00 Category Parts for Sale  
  9. Time Left: 2 months and 3 days

    • FOR SALE
    • USED

    R180 3:54 from my 1978 Automatic. Converted the car to a 5 speed and installed an R200 3:90. Owned this car since 1983 at 16k miles. The mileage is just over 100k before the conversion. Differential was clean with no apparent wear or signs of metal. I’ve included the pics for you to see. Before you beat me up on the pricing, This diff has had an easy life. Thought someone might be interested on finding one from a member that has history on this 43 year old part. Took it down to metal. Etching primer and paint. Nissan seals, gasket and drain plug. I did not mess with the pinion for obvious reasons. The shipping costs will depend upon location. Just thought I’d throw it out to the forum. If it doesn’t sell I’ll store it away. Thanks... John

    $395.00

    Lakeland - US

  10. 🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️🤦‍♂️
  11. In order to purchase each bushing it’s going to be on an individual part number/quantity for each one. There’s a lot of research and digging around to find the best pricing. Most Nissan dealerships are close. Get online once you have the part number and go from there. It takes time and research. You will start to see a trend on suppliers and shipping costs. Good luck with your project. We are here to help you.
×
×
  • Create New...

Important Information

By using this site, you agree to our Terms of Use. We have placed cookies on your device to help make this website better. You can adjust your cookie settings, otherwise we'll assume you're okay to continue.