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240z71 last won the day on September 28 2020

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  2. Hey Guys Wanting to buy a set of the stainless trim pieces that go around the front windscreen. also after a set for the rear windscreen if available. Let me know if you’ve got anything Thanks Matt
  3. Been cut for the front legs of a roll cage, want to restore to original. don’t think it’s salvageable myself but someone good with dash’s might know otherwise? cheers
  4. Hey wanting to buy a 240z dashboard that is in salvageable condition for restoration if anyone has something sitting around their willing to sell. Preferably a 73’ model but think earlier will work as well. Thanks Matt
  5. Hey guys wondering if anyone has a good chrome 240z rear bumper bar they would like to sell? was looking at the reproduction ones but just seeing if there’s anything local first. Thanks Matt
  6. Ahh yeah forgot that I actually flocked the dash just to freshen up the black finish. The dash was suede prior to that though, not flocked.
  7. Hey Mick I never ended up selling the dash so I just ended up using it in my 240z race car. Not 100% original but it was too nice of a dash not too use. Unfortunately though I cut it up too fit around the roll cage so it’s not really suitable for your application I don’t think. thanks Matt
  8. Hey guys ended up making a few revisions to the jig and made a version 2.0. Got it powder coated and installed the bushing and threw it in the car. Still need to get bushing for the control arms but looks the business with a set of Dave’s chromoly rear arms. still need to also get some m14 read diff studs made up. Standards are m12 so there a bit loose in the bush centres ATM. Thanks Matt
  9. Thanks Jeff. This was the main consideration in my design, the lack of spring that is seen in the original bar. I’m pretty confident in the restraints of the member for countering the thrust force from the diff under acceleration and braking. Utilising the drop down bolts of the original moustache bar and the bolts of the drop down links using the flat plate means there is absolutely no give in unit, but that’s only giving it the old He-man test. The other thing I though of whilst making it is that the front diff member is just as susceptible to the thrust force from the diff accelerating and braking, if there is no fore and aft movement up front (i.e the SWM mount) then little force should be transferred to the rear cradle. Also the rear control arms will provide further restraint when bolted in joining the front and rear members.? I could run a SpaceGass analysis of it if I get time. But I might just add some gussets and wait till the car is driving to give it a good shake down and go from there. Appreciate the feedback guys Thanks Matt
  10. Thanks Mate. Yup cos race car, car is solely designed for tarmac rally events but will also see the odd track day. If I even finish the bloody thing. Thanks.
  11. Hey Guys Thought id upload some photos of a little side project I’ve been working on while assembling my Z. Had the idea one day to combine the rear drop down suspension cradle and moustache bar after realising how weak the standard items are and not being a real fan of the agricultural looking aftermarket solutions or the design of the standard moustache bar for that matter. I looked to the modern WRX’s which also run the r180’s and decided to use the bush out of the mid 2000’s WRX. had some sleeves machined up to suit and build a jig around the standard items. This is what I came up with in the end. Fully built out of 4130 Chromoly Excuse the Poor photography. Still yet to press the bushes into the sleeves but you get the picture. The idea is to use this along with the SWM front diff member and will put the R180 in the later further back position and should significantly increase the rigidity of the suspension mounting points as well as utilise a better way of mounting the diff over the standard design. let me know what you guys think. Thanks Matt
  12. Bump, still available. Thanks Matt
  13. Thanks for the replies. For anyone else chasing the same part I’ve since discovered that it’s also avaliable from RHDjapans website. Gtz240z I’ve sent you a PM Thanks Matt
  14. Hey guys I’m converting my kameari / harada intake manifold to cable throttle from the old linkage but my manifold didn’t come with the throttle cable pulley. Was just wondering if anyone who stuck with the linkage setup has one sitting around I can buy or if there’s somewhere I can buy one? Can’t seem to find a source online. ive attaches a photo, I’m after the zinc plated pulley that’s pictured on the linkage rod. Thanks Matt
  15. Hey Joesph the shell and the parts remaining off the car are no longer available. Thanks Matt
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