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  1. I suggest you take the time to read what I wrote @tim.d
  2. There is no bushing where the front of the cradle attaches. There is only bushing on the mustache bar. Thus the cradle is half solid mounted half soft mounted. There is the stock bushing on the front of the diff to the cradle, but then there is just a rubber bushing shoved in as a washer between the diff cover bolts to the mounting tab, which will not provide any dampening in the direction of torque. They oddly kept the clamshell mounts on the front to bolt the cradle to the car, but without a bushing what is the point? A bushing will not fit in there as they made the cradle tubing so large. They should have just welded the clam to the cradle. These obvious flaws indicate that there was no "engineering" done when this was designed.
  3. The kit sucks, doesn't fit a 240z. Will only allow 275 tires in stock wheel well (for the fancy cantilever version). The bushings are done wrong and don't function. The company has the worst sales rep I have ever dealt with, been waiting a year to get all my stuff in, and I'm still waiting...
  4. I have a 1977 280z with am LH6 and 4l65E transmission for sale. The LH6 is a gen IV 5.3 all aluminum, I deleted the DOD and added a bigger cam and new lifters, springs, seals,etc. I don't have a dyno sheet for it but engines with the same config make a little over 400hp. Car was from California so the body and chassis are in amazing shape. Was originally silver, PO had repainted red and I had it touched up. It is a red metallic which looks amazing when the sun hits it right. Has Speedhut electric tach and speedo, new brakes, new sway bar bushings, new axle bearings. Asking $18,000 obo Located in Cary NC
  5. Taking everything to the dump in another week. Speak up if now if your interested in anything before its gone.
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  8. Parts taken off of a 73 240z: Location: Durham North Carolina !** I'll sell everything together for $50 for local pickup **! R180 rear end with axles -$30 Stock refurbished radiator -$40 SOLD 2x rear aluminum drums - $50 Frigiking dealer added AC unit - $25 Expansion tank with hoses -$25
  9. July 15 2018 is when I donated.
  10. I'm a donating member. I've donated $20. Yet my ability to post in the for sale section has been removed. I sent messages through the site support email but no one has responded. What is the deal?
  11. Impressive that that is cooling well. Well I'll be going the smaller fan, stock radiator, less work route then. Shame I already did some now unnecessary trimming to the core support.
  12. Trying to find out how everyone with a turbo ls engine are doing as far as cooling. Especially if using a stock size radiator. I am doing a turbo swap and can just barely squeeze in a stock sized radiator in the stock location but can only fit 1 14" fan offset to one side. Otherwise I can get a slightly longer but narrower radiator ("double pass" style with side tanks) to fit if installed at an angle. It can fit a 16" fan in that position, but obviously is going to be a bit of work to mount. Any thoughts on which route to go?
  13. I did the cx kit, was cheap and easy initially but is now causing difficulties. It mounts the engine high and the motor mounts make it so you cant use factory ac mounting locations as well as limiting the alternator setback. Looking now the apex engineered piece looks better and will allow you to run better suspension. Seems it may still cause interference with the AC though.
  14. 16x8 I'd guess, with whatever the maximum possible negative offset is. May not even be stock suspension, look how little of the tire is actually in the rear wheel well.
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