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About kevinz

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  • Birthday 11/14/1969

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  1. I have a 1975 280z roller. I’m located in Dallas/ft worth tx. I have all the parts for the car except for brake lines, fuel lines, carpet, and headliner. Car had brand new coilovers instslled. New poly bushings installed. New bearings front and rear. Bottom has been painted black. Bad dog frame rails installed. Disk brakes front and rear. LS1/4l60e with computer and harness already cleaned up and flashed. R200 lsd. Headers for swap. Radiator for swap. Engine and trans mounts for swap. Drive shaft for swap. Lots of other parts. I have an f54/p90 block and head also. My bottom dollar with
  2. Are you still looking for a project? I have a 75 280z. Minimum rust. I have everything for it except for carpet, headliner, weatherstripping, brake lines and fuel lines. It was going to be an LS1 swap. I have the drivetrain and mounts. Coilovers, disk brakes, bad dog frame rails, roll bar, r200 lsd, lots of parts.
  3. I know this is an old thread. Does anyone know if mastermind had any issues with rubbing or bottoming out. I know he said he had to roll the rear lip but that's all that was said. Thanks.
  4. Nice car ktm. 16's look really good. It's good to know that you can still hook up pretty good without wider tires and flares. I really hate to cut up my fenders.
  5. Thanks for the info. I didn't do the bearings myself so I can't say for sure if everything is correct. I'm pretty sure somethings not right. There is a definite drag when turning them by hand. I'm going to take them back and have them double check everything.
  6. One more question. I just replaced all the rest bearings and seals and now it is very tight and hard to turn the hub. Is this normal or do I have a problem
  7. With them in place the bushings stick out a little.
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