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    Airjockie, I sent you a Private Message.

    Airjockie, I sent you a Private Message.
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    karst, you have mail.

    karst, you have mail.
  3. Thread: Title Problems

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    I'm having a bit of difficulty obtaining a title...

    I'm having a bit of difficulty obtaining a title to a GA car with no title as well. VA DMV is giving me the old run-around....

    If I were you, I'd do one of two things.
    Put a mechanics...
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    Pancho, do you have a part number on the ones you...

    Pancho, do you have a part number on the ones you used?
    I see there's more than one choice when it comes to the knurl diameter.. some of the 1/2 studs are .530 or so up to a .680 knurl diameter.
  5. Thread: Just Nuts!

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    If I remember right, the last price Chloe at...

    If I remember right, the last price Chloe at MidwestZ had on these before she went AWOL was $535 a pair, which was the lowest price of any of the US suppliers.
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    Here's the 60mm which are the longest that Nismo...

    Here's the 60mm which are the longest that Nismo offers... as you can see, the price is almost 62 per set, whatever they consider to be a set(4, 8 or 16) they are still a lot more expensive than say...
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    You can still get the Nismo studs but they aren't...

    You can still get the Nismo studs but they aren't cheap.... :sick:

    Another alternative would be to use an SAE stud and just buy new nuts.... IIRC, a 1/2 inch stud is almost the exact same...
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    I don't know that I would trust them. I've got...

    I don't know that I would trust them.
    I've got a set of ARE wheels that have such a thick center flange that the stock studs and nuts are nearly the same as yours, without a spacer. :ermm:
    I'd...
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    The 8 blade fan was part of the recall to cure...

    The 8 blade fan was part of the recall to cure the vapor lock problems with the 73's.
    Either one will work fine with a 3 or 4 row radiator. They'd work a lot better with a stock 2 row if you had a...
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    With a locked rear, you have way to much front...

    With a locked rear, you have way to much front spring, that I can say for sure. Locked rears will increase the understeer considerably, and with the 350 front springs, it's gotta be pretty bad.
    ...
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    I think the Mallory part number is MAL-4763901

    I think the Mallory part number is MAL-4763901
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    I'd warn her not to do it unless you are there to...

    I'd warn her not to do it unless you are there to lend a helping hand.... ROFL
    It's pretty straightforward, but that diff is pretty hard to handle for one person if the car isn't high enough. Best...
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    Craig, I hope Kaelin doesn't read this thread.......

    Craig, I hope Kaelin doesn't read this thread.... :devious: ROFL ROFL
    I can just hear her now......."Mom and Dad? Eewww, that's gross"...
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    If the noise is coming from the inside of the...

    If the noise is coming from the inside of the diff, the only way to repair it is to pull it. You might be able to diagnose the problem by just pulling the rear cover, but you will need to drop the...
  15. Thread: Just Nuts!

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    Actually that's just about the going price right...

    Actually that's just about the going price right now.
    I bought a set for just a little over 500, and within a month or so the prices went over 800 a pair when the supply dried up. Now that there is...
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    Possibly one reason they are not well known in...

    Possibly one reason they are not well known in the US (at least related to the early Z's) is because up until the "great multitudes of ricers" wanting them for their Honda's, Acura's etc no one ever...
  17. Thread: MidwestZ??

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    Probably an "Ebay newbie" who didn't pay...

    Probably an "Ebay newbie" who didn't pay attention to what he was doing when he left the feedback. :stupid:
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    I think you just found your own problem.......

    I think you just found your own problem.... Without the cup on the end, you aren't getting the shift forks to go thru the whole travel, leaving the sliding clutch not fully engaged in the gear you...
  19. Thread: MidwestZ??

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    If you look, the positive feedbacks she received...

    If you look, the positive feedbacks she received were for auction that ended back in June/July and feedback wasn't left for her until August.
    Chloe hasn't left any feedback since July 28th.

    If...
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    ZeddFindings has replacement rails as well as...

    ZeddFindings has replacement rails as well as Motorsport Auto. Slightly heavier gauge steel than the originals. They replace everything from the radiator support back to the firewall, but not the...
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    I had never heard of them until now, and it seems...

    I had never heard of them until now, and it seems like they are mostly geared towards FWD differentials.

    http://www.cusco.co.jp/english/e_lsd.html

    It's just a clutch type LSD, so it really is...
  22. Thread: MidwestZ??

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    I'm in the same spot you are Will, whoever is...

    I'm in the same spot you are Will, whoever is running the show out there now is not someone I want to do any business with in the future if this is how they are going to conduct themselves.
    When...
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    Before you pull anything apart, just for the heck...

    Before you pull anything apart, just for the heck of it, you might want to double check your shifter bushings and the pin that holds the shifter in place.
    Little bit of play in one or both, and you...
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    The little raised tabs in the second pic are...

    The little raised tabs in the second pic are where the rubber straps hook to hold the jack in place. The straps have a rectangular "hook" on each end that slip under the end of the tabs.
  25. Thread: help

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    That is Pete Paraska's car. You'll find him over...

    That is Pete Paraska's car. You'll find him over on the Hybrid forum.
    His web-site is
    http://mywebpages.comcast.net/pparaska/
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