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240zrubberparts.com is the home of the original cast rubber and plastic parts, not a 3D printed copy of our product. We own ALL the molds. We provide many reproduction rubber parts that are NLA, or No Longer Available from Nissan. All of our 240z reproduction rubber parts are made in house and we don't outsource any of the rubber parts. Each rubber part is made from the best materials available to ensure you a quality product. You can be sure that these rubber parts will last for years of continuous use. All of our rubber parts are made in the USA and hand inspected for a finish you can be proud of.
I need some Datsun material science advice. Last years thread talks about fabricating insulators to replace the old rubber for the car's plumbing. http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/showthread.php?t=29518&highlight=brake+line+rubber What is a good source of rubber for this task? Something like this... http://www.amazon.com/Superior-18-1701-Rubber-Spring-Booster/dp/B00029K20M/ref=pd_sbs_auto_3 or maybe this http://www.jewelrysupply.com/index.php?main_page=product_info&products_id=20399
Hey all, I bought black dragon's weatherstrip kit recently. Everything seems to be fitting about as well as I had hoped, but I've come across an issue with the upper outside hatch seal (the type that's broken into three parts). The top section is supposed to look sort of like this: Instead, it looks like this: Which I think means that it isn't going to sit as well, or be as effective. I'm considering dropping a couple bones on MSA's "Rear Deck Outer Weatherstrip, One Piece Top & Sides", but I'm not sure that it is something I should worry about, or maybe I should stick with the three piece system and simply get a better top third section from another source, like MSA, Vintage Rubber or Precision (though I'm not sure if I would actually get a better quality product, since I don't know the sourcing for these parts). Anyone have any thoughts/experience on/with this? Thanks!
Alright, I am so close to being finished with "REFRESHING" my 72 240Z. I pulled the bumpers and media blasted the interior portions and then POR 15 the insides to make sure I never have rust problems. I was ready to put on the new exterior rubber trim pieces and noticed that the rubber pieces (that go between the outer bumper brackets and the fender - keeps bracket from scratching paint) were shot and had one missing. I have access to Nissan microfilm and found something that looked like a "shim" - called Nissan and they said "NLA". Any idea if these "shims" (if I have identified the right part) are available as "aftermarket" or have some of you crafty guys used "other things" to accomplish the purpose as original pieces were intended. Thanks for the help. David Jacks - Fort Worth, Texas P.S. I have the end cap "fillers" on the rear bumpers - so I am not seeking these particular rubber parts. Thanks, David
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