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    Yes, Arne, a recipe for disaster! My mechanic put in the Arizona Z rear diff mount, which is pretty sturdy, thinking it was enough to hold it down. He was wrong! I built a substitute L-shaped snubber to hold it down for the time being ... until Dave came up with producing the R-T mount! Now I can really pop the clutch and not fear calamity (once I install it)!!
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    Oops! Thanks, Dave, for the bolt specs!
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    Ill take one!!! any left?
    whats the quickest way to get the money to you if you have some left? thanks..
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    Quote Originally Posted by kawi585 View Post
    Ill take one!!! any left?
    whats the quickest way to get the money to you if you have some left? thanks..
    Payment instructions are in the first post of this thread. Note that Dave wants either Walmart or US Postal money orders only. (Or cash...)
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    Default RT mount istalled

    Here's pics of the install. Note the mount is installed differently than conventional due to my addition of the curved mustache on the 71Z.

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    i seen the payment info just wondering what is the fastest way for him to recieve the money. and is there any left..

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    I'm pretty sure he still has a few, 5 at last count.
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    Hey Guys, Sorry for the late responce, Been unside down in a Chevy Aveo doing power door locks and a full alarm, as well as a sub and Amp instal. Now I got an upset tummy from being upside down all day.

    Any ways, Duffman, no problem.

    Kawi585, Arne's right, 5 left and everythings on post #1, page 1. Just mail your order to me via USPS and I'll get it in 2 days (ish). Don't worry, If your names on the list, you get one.

    To everyone else, There are now only 4 left. Watch page 18 for name and shipping status.

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    ConchZ........... Tarmac............bpilati..............Powerglide. .......

    I have not received your Payment/Order in the mail yet. We're down to only 4 left that are not spoken for. Once those are gone, I won't have much of a choice but to sell the "Spoken for" R/T's if I haven't heard back from you.

    It's nothing personal, just business. So Please let me know what you'd like to do, or if you've sent your order and I have not received it yet.

    Thanks to everyone that has helped make this a success.
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    Dave:

    Got mine today. Again, I am impressed with the quality of parts that come in your packages. Will be getting the other 2 wiring harnesses soon. Thanks again for this undertaking.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zs-ondabrain View Post
    Thanks to everyone that has helped make this a success.Dave
    Picked up the RT at the PO today. Ditto on all the kudos!

    I know you did not make these but I think we all applaud you for handling the distribution of an exceptional upgrade product. fast and efficient. Thank you!!!

    I have your electrical upgrades as well and am quite impressed with them.

    Cheers

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    thanks Arne for the info...
    Zs-ondabrain money sent today..

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    Installed mine this morning. Took about 2 hours. I did not completely drop the diff as I was lazy and didn't want to disconnect the driveshaft or halfshafts. Was probably a bit harder that way, but not too bad.

    The mount was a VERY snug fit into my car's tunnel. Took some persuading to get it up far enough to get the bolts in place. Nothing too bad, but some work, none the less.

    I used the stock mount on the crossmember with a black #9.9101G bumpstop as noted earlier in this thread. On my car with the R180 in the stock '70-71 (forward) position and a reasonably fresh lower mount, I had to trim three 1/4" steps off the bumpstop (3/4" total, see attached picture). This gave me a really snug fit, there is pressure on the bumpstop at all times. I didn't want it to get too sloppy if bumpstop breaks in.

    Tried to grab a few pictures under the car as I worked, but I'm not going to bother posting them. I painted the R-T mount black, the bumpstop is black, the diff is black, and my car was undercoated when new (you guessed it, black) so even with the flash you really can't see anything.

    Test drive went fine. Since my car's lower mount was fairly new, any clunks I had weren't from that, so I expected no real change there, and there wasn't any. I could not tell any difference in NVH, either.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    , I had to trim three 1/4" steps off the bumpstop (3/4" total, see attached picture). This gave me a really snug fit, there is pressure on the bumpstop at all times. I didn't want it to get too sloppy if bumpstop breaks in.
    Been waiting for someone to post dimensions,now I can drag my lazy backside out and get this done. Thanks Arne.
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    I think that's what I did to my bump stop. Maybe one more step, but That looks good. That's a good thought about the bump stop settling down.

    Thanks for the pic.

    The only way to get a good pic while it's installed would be to drop the driveshaft.
    things will only bother you if you let them.

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    I thought I would put this out there about finding the bump stops.

    Advance Auto Parts-- energy suspension $12.99 per pair
    Checker- #11.99/pair

    When you go to your local auto parts store, check the "Performance" section of the store. If they have them they will be near the sway bar links and ES transmission mounts.

    As far as price, You can go to ES suppliers and get them cheaper, but add to that shipping and handling it will be over the local parts store prices.
    things will only bother you if you let them.

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    I paid $14 and change for mine locally. The local store I buy from didn't stock them but had them in overnight with no shipping.
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    I checked all the auto parts stores in my area, but no one had them. I found some online from Summit Racing for under $9. Then I e-mailed Darrel, who found a set at s store near him for $11.74, if I recall. He bought them for me and we met for lunch so he could deliver them to me. The overall cost was a little more than that, though, because bought him lunch and reimbursed him for the expense of the bump stops...
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    *burp*

    thanks kenny. :-D
    things will only bother you if you let them.

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    And the costs keep mounting...I offered to help Darrel with a little exhaust repair on his Altima. It may not be Z, but at least it is in the family! And to give Darrel proper credit, he helped me crack open a 5-speed and also helped install it in my '73. So, I guess he had a free lunch coming! Sorry, I'm getting off track from the RT mount discussion...

    Here are a couple of pics I took after attaching the Energy Suspension bump stops. I hope to get one installed tomorrow. More pics to follow!
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    While doing Z Tyler Z's front suspension today, (Tokico's and Eibachs with ES urethane everything) We had to go to Schucks Auto Parts for an outer tie rod end and they had both sides in stock (Moog). Anyways, we stopped off at Auto Zone and found they had ES Urethane ball joint and tie rod end cups and also found the GM poly mount and the black Bump stops in stock and on the shelf.

    The bump stops were $12.99 ish' So it's nice to know it's readily available down the road. Wish I would have known that before I ordered from Jegs.

    Thanks for the info guys, and thanks for the quick write-up with needed info Arne. That helps. I'll be doing the rest of Tylers car next week (back end of the car) and everything is coming out for struts, springs, urethane and the R/T mount.

    Been working on his car for 12 hours (ran into issues) so I'm going to bed.
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    Still got 4 left. Christmas is coming up fast. Know anyone who would want one for their Winter rebuild? It'll fit under the Tree.

    Still haven't heard from ConchZ, Tarmac or Powerglide. bpilati said after Jan 4th.

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    Kawi585, got your order and it'll be in the post office tomorrow morning.

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    Hi Dave

    Rec'd my mount last Thursday. It's a nice piece of work. I picked up a set of bump stops this afternoon. I presently have my car up on stands with the engine / diff and the complete suspension out of the car. I read about Motorman7's troubles with his addition of the curved mustache on his 71Z. Besides replacing all the oem suspension pcs on my '70 (4/70 s/n 2725), I'm also moving the Diff back using the curved mustache bar. It will be a few weeks until I get the rebuilt Diff back from Vancouver. So I'll have to wait until then to install the mount /diff. Anyone else doing the RT mount & moving the Diff back on an early Zed. Any comments greatly appreciated.

    Thanks again Dave for putting this group buy together.

    Cheers

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    For altering like Motorman7 did, I would just follow his lead. The mount was originally designed for the V8 Conversions but was found to work great on all other applications. However, moving the diff back would require you altering the mount by turning it around and redrilling like he did.

    I'll be installing an R/T on my 70' as well so the info you guys provide will likely be used by me as well. I have the R200 with the curved mustache bar, so it'll be interesting to see how this plays out.

    Thanks again guys.
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    Hi Greg and Dave,

    Actually, the install was pretty easy once I flipped it around. Everything lines up pretty well when you flip it. All you have to do is add the hole symmetric about the center plane. Mine was a bit snug (Same as Arne mentioned), but it was a good snug. Better snug than loose.

    If any one ever did do another run of the mounts, it wouldn't hurt to have that hole pre-drilled. As it was, the steel was fairly soft (or my bits real sharp) and the hole was easy to drill.

    Best Regards,
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    Sold another one locally So there is only 3 left as of This morning (12/10/09)

    Still haven't heard Anything from ConchZ, Tarmac or Power glide. If you 3 don't want one, LET ME KNOW. So I can sell you'rs to someone who Does want one. Thanks.

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    thanks Dave i got mine today it looks great i cant wait to try it....

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    Good to hear, let us know when you get it in there.

    Spent all day working on Z Tyler Z's 280z. Last Saturday and today we replaced all 4 corners (Tokico Struts and Eibach PR Lowering springs with ES Urethane) We also swapped his Hi-Hat strut tops with the 240Z 1" lower tops. It's got a much better stance, doesn't weeble wobble down the road any more and you can't wipe the smile off his face.

    LOOOONG day, taking a shower and going to bed.

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    Just recieved mine today!!! Looks great if i just had it installed..
    Thanks again.....

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    Crisis Overted!!! Thanks you Mr. Post man... Good to hear it finally showed. That was weird. Must have took a trip around the world or something. 12 days is a long time.

    Anyways. SOLD!!!!!! ALL GONE, NO MORE, SOLD THE LAST 2 TODAY.

    The R/T Mounts are all gone. I delivered the last 2 to A member today. Even got a new roof skin for the 260Z in the process. Now I getta pull "An Arne" on my 260Z.

    I always wanted to coin a phrase after Arne. And now I have. Thanks Arne.


    Thanks to everyone who made this group buy possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Zs-ondabrain View Post
    Even got a new roof skin for the 260Z in the process. Now I getta pull "An Arne" on my 260Z.

    I always wanted to coin a phrase after Arne. And now I have. Thanks Arne.
    Er, um, well...

    I guess I can think of worse things to be tied to linguistically than the process of eliminating an S30's aftermarket sunroof.
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    Yeah, pulling an Arne is a good thing!

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    Soon as I get a good skin I'm Pullin an Arne too!
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    Oh crap, I think I started something. Sorry Arne. Here's your 15 minutes of fame. Merry Christmas..

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    Set my mount a couple of days ago it slid in like a lamb no hassels at all, will mount the differential as soon as I redo the spindle pin bushings,made a tool today will test it next week.
    Thanks Again for doing this for us Dave.
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    PS Started reinstalling the engine bay harness you did for me Dave it is wonderful!
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    Dave,
    Post pics of your Arne process,more pics makes it easier for me. Mines removed but want to see more install graphics.
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    here's a link to Arne's thread, from when he tossed the sunroof for a solid roof.
    http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/s...ad.php?t=30409

    I will post a full thread on the process. Just by looking at Arne's body shop pics, I got a pretty good idea of where to start and how to finish. I'm staying away from the body line above the quarter windows and will likely cut about 2 inches higher than the stock line. And probably do the fronts following the curvature of the window line to the drip rails.

    Just wait and see. That's all I can say until I actually do it.

    And you said "Slid in like a Lamb" er, um, what the hell are you doing in your spare time? Do you need one of those bumper stickers that read...... "No animals were harmed in the making of this Z"

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    I had a body shop do that several years back. The poor guy gave me a quote and then spent 4X the hours on it that he quoted me. I paid him extra...
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    Now that they are all gone or spoken for, I STILL haven't heard from ConchZ, Tarmac or Powerglide. I'm guessing they lost interest or are just too busy to respond. But I guess I'll have to go on a first come, first serve basis. If I don't hear from them in a week (by next sunday) I won't have a choice but to sell them.

    Not trying to rattle cages but PM's don't seem to be working.
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    Zs-ondabrain...

    Aww man... I just came up on this thread...don't remember ever running up on it in the recent past or anything like that... Don't suppose you have the overall dimensions on hand or maybe the actual Solidworks drawing available...have plenty of metal working shops here in my part of the country, so would not be that big of a deal to get me one made up...


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    Keep in mind if the last few finally do commit to paying, roostmonkey on hybridz has his last batch ready to ship. It just won't have the notch for the brake and fuel lines, but still works well.

    I just got back from Kenny's place we helped each other install his rt mount and weld my muffler back on the DD.

    Kenny took nice clear shots of the bump stop install with the RT mount.

    Thanks Kenny!

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    Aww man... I just came up on this thread...don't remember ever running up on it in the recent past or anything like that... Don't suppose you have the overall dimensions on hand or maybe the actual Solidworks drawing available...have plenty of metal working shops here in my part of the country, so would not be that big of a deal to get me one made up...


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    Well, if you don't mind waiting 1 week, I'll likely have one available. If I don't hear from one of those 3 previously listed (2 posts back) then I'll set one aside for ya. As long as you promise to follow thru.

    But if you need one right now, Check your PM.
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    Good reason for the diff mount upgrade... Shows how much the diff moves under load.

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    Talking RT mount install

    Darrel and Glen (ncolz) helped me install the mount in my '73 yesterday. I had to persuade it a little to get the bolt holes to line up, but other than that the install went smoothly. Once the mount was in we slid sockets of various sizes sideways between the top of the diffy and the bottom of the mount to measure the clearance between them. I didn't get a picture of this, but imagine a socket on its side between the top of the diffy and the bottom of the mount in the first photo attached. Then we measured the diameter of the socket with a caliper. We measured 32 mm and trimmed the bumpstop accordingly.

    On an unrelated note, Darrel's welding skilz are on par with mine...ugly but adequate!
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    Your 32mm is about what I ended up with. The poly bumpstops are 2" (51mm) tall as shipped, I removed 3/4" (19mm) which left 1 1/4" (32mm). I'd call that pretty close.
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    Well, I've tried repeatedly to reach ConchZ, Tarmac and Powerglide, to NO avail.

    So I have 2 R/T mounts available to any and all who thought they missed out. Their loss is your gain. Contact me at wolfin32z@yahoo.com or see page #1 of this thread for ordering info.

    Once again, I HAVE 2 AVAILABLE AS OF 12/29/09

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    Dave do you have any left? If so, I'd like to buy one for my '70.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack T View Post
    Dave do you have any left? If so, I'd like to buy one for my '70.

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    A quick update. Mine has been in the car for several weeks now. I installed it with the stock lower mount and upper bumpstop, not because I had a clunk, but as a preventative measure. My limit strap was original, but intact and appeared to be in fine shape.

    But I've found that the combination of stock mount and bumpstop locates the diff much more firmly in place than the rubber strap can. My car is much easier to drive smoothly, much less slop (lash) in the drivetrain now. The difference is noticeable, even in normal in-town traffic.

    I'd rate this as a BIG improvement, even for a stock 240Z that isn't driven all that hard.
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    Now you're making me wanna instal my second one into the 240Z. The 260Z won't see pavement for another few months.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    But I've found that the combination of stock mount and bumpstop locates the diff much more firmly in place than the rubber strap can. My car is much easier to drive smoothly, much less slop (lash) in the drivetrain now. The difference is noticeable, even in normal in-town traffic.

    I'd rate this as a BIG improvement, even for a stock 240Z that isn't driven all that hard.
    Good stuff. Next thing to try is an extra quarter or 3/8 inch on the bumpstop over the diff. You would obviously need a jack to press up on the bumpstop to get the diff mounted into place. Might be a nice track mod. Probably wouldn't be noticeable cruising around. Figure we all have an extra bump since they come in pairs...
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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenZZZ View Post
    Good stuff. Next thing to try is an extra quarter or 3/8 inch on the bumpstop over the diff. You would obviously need a jack to press up on the bumpstop to get the diff mounted into place. Might be a nice track mod. Probably wouldn't be noticeable cruising around. Figure we all have an extra bump since they come in pairs...
    Actually, I did just that. I cut my bumpstop so that it is already applying firm pressure at all times. Had to squish it a bit during install. Did that on purpose to firm things up as much as possible. Seems to work well that way, and I notice no increase in NVH over stock.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    Actually, I did just that. I cut my bumpstop so that it is already applying firm pressure at all times. Had to squish it a bit during install. Did that on purpose to firm things up as much as possible. Seems to work well that way, and I notice no increase in NVH over stock.
    I'm doing that then. Figure the solid diff mounts used in racing show you can go to zero movement so I figure what you did is the proverbial "Goldilocks Zone".
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arne View Post
    Actually, I did just that. I cut my bumpstop so that it is already applying firm pressure at all times. Had to squish it a bit during install. Did that on purpose to firm things up as much as possible. Seems to work well that way, and I notice no increase in NVH over stock.
    Did you put any bushing grease on the bump stop before install? I was wondering if it would squeek without it? I will definitely be using this method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marty Rogan View Post
    Did you put any bushing grease on the bump stop before install? I was wondering if it would squeek without it? I will definitely be using this method.

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    This almost makes me glad I haven't had time to install mine. This latest info here is GREAT information. I am definitely going to be keeping the bump stop oversized when I do mine.

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    Default R/T mount

    Do you have any still for sale? If not I'll check on yhe hybrid site

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    Check with Roostmonkey on Hybriz.

    Mine sold pretty fast.
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    Update on my installation of Dave's RT mount into my 70 240z: I changed all the stuff in the back to bring her up to current specs. New 72 driveshaft ,mustache bar, hangers 72 diff mount and went ahead and decided to install the RT mount. I was using the bump stop so Rich(MOTORMAN7) and I were doing the same thing but with different methods. I could see that if I installed the mount as advertised that the bump stop would be rubbing against the moving yoke on the front of the diff.....It wasn't going to be far enough back to contact the top of the front of the diff where it is supposed to hit. I flipped the mount around and drilled a hole symmetrically on the other side but even a little farther toward what is now the back of the reversed bracket to get all the rearward movement I could get (the bump stop actually had the edge hanging off about 3/8 of an inch). No problem......I cut off the 3/4 inch that Arne suggested....bolted the awesome bracket up and when everything went together it worked beautiful (I also used the new stock 72 diff mount for double duty). The car drives like a dream.....no noise no bumps and no vibration with one exception. When I nailed the little monster for all she's worth I got a vibration-grinding noise under my butt.....only when you really nail it though. I brought her back and took a look. Here's the problem...when you reverse the bracket in the early cars the little support metal bar on the bracket now lays 3/8's of an inch above that little spinning yoke on the front of the diff.....So...when you really nail it as I tend to do from time to time, you squeeze the bump stop enough to make slight contact with the spinning metal yoke. I'm going to try to drop the drive shaft and Dremel out the area above the yoke. So if anyone is doing this mount in an early car I would suggest grinding an area out for clearance. Rich...you can take a look at yours and see if that support rail is directly above your yoke. Great job on the mount though Dave....You are the man! Guy
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    Any chance more of these will happen in the future?

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    NOt likely. Unless you find 45 other people who want one. If not, talk to Roostmonkey over at hybrid.

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    Undoubtably the best bang for the buck that you can install in your Datsun! This thing really does what's it supposed to. The bump stop is the way to go as far as simplicity. Use both the original and the bump stop for best results (damps the unit). Dave ......your product as usual is superb! Guy
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    Hey Dave,

    Any chance this might happen again? I have not heard back from Roostmonkey and it seems like a few people here would be interested? I am just sorry I missed this last time.
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    Msged you JC, I got a spare.
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    Dave posted in another RT diff mount thread http://www.classiczcars.com/forums/s...3&postcount=78 that a mutual friend of ours (Brian) had more of these made and is selling them powdercoated and with a bump stop for $60 + $12 S/H on his website http://www.technoversions.com/DiffMountHome.html



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    I would have updated this thread at the same time as I did the others, But I was Strictly informed that "bumping the thread daily makes is an advertisement" and since Brian isn't a site Supporter, it's basically frowned apon. But yes, He still has plenty on the Technoversions site. I was merely letting people know of their availability and thanking them as well. But I totally understand.

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    Thanks for all the great info, Ill wait to hear back from RoostMonkey as I already sent of the funds. Sorry to mods if I bumped this thread and caused any raucous.
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