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jhm last won the day on September 13 2015

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  1. WTB: 240Z strut housing - Front Right

    I have one...you want the entire strut assembly? I can PM you pics tomorrow.
  2. Having trouble accesing private messages

    PMs working ok for me (on Firefox).
  3. Looking good, as always, Mark! Curious what parts you used for your CV axles....specifically, which CV joints and what size axle? I'm about to do the same mod on my '73. Thx, and keep the updates coming!
  4. Can't log in from mobile

    Ditto...same here, with IOS. Haven't been able to login mobile for roughly a week now.
  5. These do not have a significant impact on alignment. They do not change the steering arm mounting points or geometry, and therefore do not have a significant design impact on the front end alignment. The major geometry change occurs in the location of the lower end of the strut, and therefore, the position and location of the front spindle. If you're already planning to do a front-end alignment, I would hold off until you install these first. You may want to try doing the alignment yourself....it's really not that hard, and a good skill to learn, especially if you're planning to do some different types of racing and/or different tracks. Racers are always playing with different alignment settings to optimize performance. Good luck with it.
  6. I installed them recently, and they definitely corrected my LCA angle while giving a good bit more negative camber. Quality and fit are pretty decent. Haven't had a chance to test them at the track, but haven't detected any downside with them yet on the street.
  7. Floor and tranny tunnel covering

    I've seen a few guys use diamond plate for their floorboards...certainly would hold up well to wear and tear.
  8. Exciting news! I just got a 240Z race car!

    Nice find! Congratulations, and welcome to HBZ and the world of Z cars. You'll hopefully find them as much fun, and likely much more reliable, than their British counterparts! FYI -- the link you provided in your original post to "Vintage Racing" connects to some weird wholesale website. The link may be corrupted or incorrectly defined. Again, welcome and good luck with your new toy!
  9. Summit and Jegs have a huge selection of overflow tanks in many shapes, sizes, and prices.
  10. Sound Deadening Material For Floor

    One pack (36 sq ft) was enough to do a good portion of the interior (floors, roof, and rear deck). I ordered a second pack to do the remaining nooks and crannies (doors, etc), and really only needed a few sheets of the second pack....still have a bunch left over that I'll probably use in my other cars.
  11. Sound Deadening Material For Floor

    Nope, no smell (even when brand new in the box). Haven't found any drawbacks to it yet, and I've had it in the car roughly 6 months.
  12. Sound Deadening Material For Floor

    I'm using a Noico product, and am reasonably happy with it. Good adhesion (even on the roof) and good sound damping qualities. Priced much better than some of the other products, and it's available in black. https://www.amazon.com/Noico-Deadening-automotive-restoration-insulation/dp/B01BKKZ1AM/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1502376017&sr=8-5&keywords=noico+80+mil+sound+deadener
  13. Need 8mm wheel spacers

    Hey Greg, have you seen these? Looks like they have what you're looking for. http://stores.ebay.com/wheelspacers2/DATSUN-4LUG-4X114-3MM-4X4-5-/_i.html?_fsub=1748279619&_sid=675963999&_trksid=p4634.c0.m322
  14. Wanted: 240z rear chrome Bumper

    I have one in ok condition....it's in storage; it'll be a couple days before I can get to it for pictures. Shipping will probably not be cheap, even though I'm on east coast, just due to the large dimensions.
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