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  1. I will disassemble the rear supension in the next couple of days... then I can compare.
  2. I have the ones in the center of your photo and they are different.
  3. Hi, I just removed the front suspension and steering from my 1977 280Z. Afterwards, I found a washer with following dimensions: Inner Diameter: 12mm Outer Diameter: 40mm Thickness: 9mm I am in the process of a complete tear-down so that I can send the body away for blasting. It could be possible that this part does not belong to the front suspension, but I'm pretty sure that it was not on the floor when I started the disassembly. Does anybody know where this belongs to? Thank you. Jagoblitz
  4. Thank you very much. If I cannot get the complete connectors I can at least try to get new crimp contacts and reuse the connector housings. I am not a big fan of cutting the wires behind the old connectors and soldering them to a new harness.
  5. Hello, ist there a list of connectors which were used in the Fairladies? I would like to build a complete new harness and if it is possible I would like to do that with the original-style connectors. Does anybody know the manufacturers and respective connector series that were used? That would really help my search. I know that I can get some of the connectors at http://www.vintageconnections.com/, but I live in Germany and would like to source the parts locally or at least inside the EU. Thank you very much. JagoBlitz
  6. Well, right now I am still gathering parts, I have not installed the MSA strut mounts yet. But they seem to provide more damper travel (as advertised). Thank you for the Koni bump stop part number. Is this foam or solid material? I think these should be included in the damper kit.
  7. lapriser was so kind to send me his 3D models. I wanted to see how this setup looks like if you use the Insulated Spring Seat & Strut Mount Set from MSA. It looks like a sleeve without the flange would help to move the bump stop further upwards.
  8. Hello, I just received the Koni dampers for the 280Z and just want to double-check the orientation of the sleeve (marked in yellow). In the photo it look like the large diameter is at the bottom, but in the CAD-model it is the other way around. How is it supposed to be? Thank you very much. Best regards from Germany, JagoBlitz
  9. Do you have an updated version? That would be really great.
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