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  1. Krinkov

    R-200 Spline counts and mystery hlsd

    bump for this old thread! Great info, I just picked up an S15 HLSD carrier Im planning to run in a longnose with custom axles, I dont have the S15 stubs with it but by the list it looks like either a Q45 or Z32 T stubs will work? just want to see if anyone here knows any reason why I couldn't use the Q45/Z32TT in an S15 Helical? would make it a lot easier to source on this end and I could use the Q45/Z32 inner CVs as well which I can find in a day. thanks guys!
  2. wow those look like standard size ZG flares? if so then wow, nice!
  3. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    Great work Geojoe, looks awesome! And what were those original gold wheel in that first pic?
  4. Krinkov

    Datsun Z Fiberglass a Real Review

    Also mods can you PLEASE not close this thread or move it to the tool shed like you did the last two. If anything this thread should be Pinned at the top. Getting rid of these threads just makes it easier for this guy to keep ripping people off.
  5. thanks guys! I wasnt sure about the JCI ones since on mine theres a special hole cut on the drivers side for the steering shaft, but maybe its because the mounts are offset from each other that allows the RHD shaft to clear. I'll confirm with them, thanks again!
  6. I like these since they are a much more simple design and bolt right to the stock motor mount pads on the front cross-member and also have 3" of adjustability. Im running the JCIs right now but looking for an alternative for the buddy in Japan is RHD (and JCI is made for LHD). Talked to a couple people that have them installed now and like them but so far their cars aren't on the ground yet. Just wanted to hear if anyone has had them on the road yet. thanks! http://dirtydingo.com/store/product_info.php?products_id=1430
  7. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    just looked through your gallery, good god!! O_O
  8. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    aongch, what size tires are you running F/R on those Wats? Looks great!
  9. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    damn I know Im going to regret selling my Marugen Shokai flares, You were able to get those to fit pretty well without a G-nose. Looks great!
  10. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    I can tell you just installed that big muffler but its not going to last long there at all. The bottom of that muffler is clearly at least 6" below the crossmember.
  11. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    Ya, Z's were called "The-Poor-Mans" a lot of different cars in the 70s, but really it was all a pretty flimsy excuse to make Jag, Porsche, Alfa, etc owners feel better about the fact that Zs were spanking their cars for a fraction of the price. Haha, old Jags. Have fun with those Lucas electronics "Rich-Man"!
  12. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    haha sorry, Im already so tits deep in this build... after dozens of project cars this will prob be the one I sit on till I pass it onto my kid.... so he can wreck it
  13. Krinkov

    Post pics of your z's here!!

    thanks, better pic of the spoiler
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