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MaygZ last won the day on August 1 2019

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    Romsey, Victoria
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    Blind progress is still progress.

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  1. Bushing Kit https://www.energysusp.com.au/product_info.php?products_id=7803
  2. Justjap.com https://justjap.com/bc-racing-coilover-suspension-kit-nissan-s30-240z-260z-280z-55mm-strut.html
  3. Please add others you find. MadDat http://www.maddat.com.au/suspension/240z-260z-s30
  4. Silvermine https://www.silverminemotors.com/datsun/datsun-240z
  5. https://www.apexengineered.com/ I haven't used them, but they look amazing.
  6. MaygZ

    APEX Engineered

    These look more solid than TTT or AZC kits. https://www.apexengineered.com/ Anyone used them?
  7. John, I hope that when you have finished there will still be room in it somewhere for you (and maybe me?). Looking great.
  8. MaygZ

    Custom Car Radios

    Member Wags found these radios and posted one on his build page: https://www.viczcar.com/forums/topic/17540-wags’-240z-nut-and-bolt-restoration/page/2/#comments I wanted to be able to find it again when I finally get to it, so though others might be the same. This is the mob that makes/sells them: https://www.retrosoundusa.com.au/index.php?l=product_list&c=13
  9. To fix the leak: take it out and use Teflon tape on the thread when you put it back in.
  10. Gav, I find that doing things properly the first time always ends up being cheaper. If you pull it down and get it dipped the bore should only need a hone. That's not a lot of money or effort to ensure you don't block your new radiator and heater core. It will also mean that engine water galleys don't block up and cause hot spots that may force you to strip it down after the damage has been done. MaygZ
  11. It looks later than a '73, but what does LYX stand for?
  12. I know that at times the written word does not convey the subtle nuances of the English language, but your response has come across as more hostile than is necessary in these circumstances. My comments were meant to assist you and any potential purchasers that in order to use on the road some modifications would be needed. If my message conveyed anything else to you, then I am sorry. Each of us have some knowledge and advice to share with this community. That is one of the many beauties and purposes of this forum. I know that some on-line forums actively require members to harass and abuse others - some even require it - but this is not one of those sites. This site is about help and most of the members regard the other members as a type of family. I do hope that you stay around long enough to find that out and that you haven't burnt too many bridges by that time.
  13. I don't want to be a party pooper, but your side skirts do not comply with the ADRs and would make a vehicle unroadworthy. All forward facing protrusions from the vehicle must have a radius of at least 10mm to comply. It doesn't look to be difficult to alter your skirts to comply, but that may have an affect on the aesthetics. MaygZ
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