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z240 last won the day on August 28 2018

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  1. http://www.thezstore.com/page/TZS/PROD/classic15r/16-7124 They may also be available from Nissan,
  2. Remember the biggest difference in 240 vs 260/280 column covers is the "angled up" right side stalk on the 260/280. This makes the opening for that stalk in the cover different. (More hole in the top half). You can trim the opening larger to fit if you use a 240 on a later column. The 77-78 covers are much larger and wider than earlier ones, and aren't really backward compatible. Another potential entry in the "One of these things is not like the other" thread I keep meaning to start.
  3. Drop me a line if you can't find one closer to home. Z240@shaw.ca
  4. The early and late racks (roughly 240 and 280) had a different width to the flanges on the left side. You likely have a 280 (wide) flange rack and a narrow set of 240 bushings in there. Look at energy suspension web site to get the PN's of the two bushings. 10101 and 10102. ?
  5. i can find you a hazard switch for your 75. send me a email to z240@shaw.ca Seems I have both the 4x2 later 77/78 connector and the early 3x3 connector style. Both are 7 active pins.
  6. Yes, SIr Richard, 'tis I. Hmmmm, if I rent a U-haul, fill all my rain barrels with premium to sell at the hill, I could probably pay for my hotels. I don't need a lid on those barrels, do I?
  7. Welcome to the club. It's slop in the CV internal splines. Apparently this is designed slop for off road or some such. There have been threads somewhere complaining bitterly about this. Drive shaft shop and others have better no-slop CV solutions Anybody want my sloppy seconds? I went back to U-joints....
  8. They are the poly ones. They worked well, but, did get more engine vibration than I liked. I currently run only one on right side, and a stocker on the left, or is it the other way around.. Whichever one is under compression when the engine torques over. I had two sets though, never used the other set, it's new. I've used the aftermarket stock replacement engine mounts. They are fine, but watch out. The ones I got had SAE welded nuts instead of the stock M8. And the little metal nub that locates in the little hole on the engine mount is in the wrong place or too large or both. Other than that, they are the right size....
  9. I've been on this path for a while as well. Very interested to find out how well that potted in place transmount holds up. I have a set of this McKinney motor mounts if you want them. PM me.
  10. I believe I have a set of 78 pedals as well as earlier ones. Let me see if I can identify the differences.
  11. I think I have a 280 pedal box that will work for you. Contact me at z240@shaw.ca
  12. That is one HARD rail to bend. Would be interested to understand how that happened. I have a couple of those, I can send you one. PM me or email to z240@shaw.ca
  13. I have a couple of these side plates from scrapping a few old diffs. Send me a note to z240@shaw.ca and we can arrange something.
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