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    Default 240 clutch slipping, NOT NOW!!!

    I was reading trying to find a good clutch to order and stumbled across a thread about adjusting the slave cylinder. "What can you adjust on a slave cylinder" I said to myself, buy a new one and be done. But boy oh boy was I wrong. Thanks to Arne and someone that goes by Dogma I turned that rod out 2 threads and left black marks in front of my house.
    YeeHaw! I love this forum.
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    1977 280Z #305 Light Blue Metallic
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    Cool. Now get back out there and leave your "mark" some more. tire marks only, ok?

    Unlike the rest of us that stuck at our desks on a sunny day...
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    You must be using a slave cylinder for the Series 1?
    After June 1972 they changed to a non adjustable version and matching clutch fork.

    Nothing like a simple fix / big result to make your day

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    Quote Originally Posted by EuroDat View Post
    After June 1972 they changed to a non adjustable version and matching clutch fork.
    February 1972.
    I'm about drunk with happiness (beer) from that result!
    I've decided to go ahead and take it apart and make it as new as I can, steering wobble at 80mph, radiator dripping coolant etc., she's an older girl that needs a vaginoplasty. Don't google images of that word.

    Thanks Zkars & Chas.
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    you might have just fixed my problem as well....

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    I'll try that on the Fairlady
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