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For more information go to the "Group Buy's" Forum:. I just got done mounting a Set of Classic Datsun ZG flares on my z to make some clearance for some more meat. I searched through the archives and used a lot of information I found. I thought I would write it up here in one big post and share my experience.
TO start with regardless of weather or not the flares are bolt on, doing this is NOT for the faint of heart.
IF you are actually going to use the flares they was they were intended get ready to cut some metal!!!! Once this is done I started off by laying down generous amounts of painters tape around my fender where the flare is to go. I would like to stress using 3m blue painters tape.
Yes is god awful expensive but it wont pull your paint off!!!! Trust me I've had it happen. Once the tape is down test fit the flare. I choose to line the rear flares up with my stock lips, a little tape and some clamps will help you hold it in place Once you have the flare how you want it mark the outside edge with a permanent marker along with all the holes. Double check all this! Now remove the flare and mark a second line 1" below the line for the edge of the flare.
Get out your grinder or weapon of choice and prepare for war. I used my trusty 4" grinder with a cutoff wheel, I'm sure a nifty air nibbler or something would work well. But I like sparks. Once you have cut the out fender use some pliers and peal it back to expose the inner fender. Now cut the inner fender leaving a little lip It should looks something like this As you see you'll probably find some nice rust inside here, hey what a surprise its a Z car!
Next order of business is drilling out the hole you marked. Once this is done you can remove the tape and go ahead and hammer in the nut inserts. Be careful that you don't warp the fenders! I choose to grind out a little bit around the nut insert to allow me to tack weld them in place. Don't want them spinning free. SO this is what ya got The nutserts used in the rear must be installed properly. I did not do this in my ZG install writeup as I didn't have the tool to do so.
What I did worked but it far from the best method. Most places I found sold expensive pneumatic installers about bucks so I just drilled a slightly smaller hole and pressed them in and then tack welded them.
Nutserts are made to be put in the hole and then compressed to make then permanently installed without any welding. Here is a picture is a properly installed nutsert:. Pegasus Racing sells a small easy to use tool that works great for this.Skip to main content. There's a problem loading this menu right now.
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Labels: z carbon fiberz carbon fiberz carbon fibercarbon fibercarbon fiber datsuncarbon fiber s30carbon fiber spoilercarbon fiber wingretro-specsHeys guys! One thing I do not like They don't look right on the car. I don't know if its the offset of the wheels 9. Something looks He did this by applying the glass on the fender directly, then on the backside of the fenders.
He sandwiched them, and added some screws. I am contemplating just removing them, but I am scared that too much of the body was cut? I don't want to end up worse than what it is at least not right now - maybe later. I am looking into ZG flares. It looks like he has cut the quarter panel metal above the body line that runs the length of the car, I'm sure there are others here with a lot more experience than me but I don't see how you will get ZG flares on the rear without removing all that fiber glass, replacing the metal, then just cut the lip off so you will have something there to attach the flares to.
Depends on the suspension. If it has basically stock suspension you can install them lower, but when you start moving to shorter coilovers or sectioned strut housings, you start running out of room for the wheel to move up into the wheel well real fast. Camber plates make it a lot worse, especially on a because the strut isolators are 3" tall vs 2" for Z.
I cut my fenders and then put the suspension together with no spring and compressed and realized that my tire was hitting metal. Had to cut again much higher to prevent that from happening. In my case I cut the fenderwells so that they were flat from the top of the arch in the well to the outside of the quarter. Basically couldn't have cut any higher and made more room for the tire unless I had removed the whole wheel tub and rebuilt it.
It's a pet peeve of mine to see ZG flares mounted way too low in the rear with really wide tires. Just obvious that nobody took the time to see if there was clearance for the tire, they just held the flare up to the body and marked and cut it there with no thought as to functionality.
You know that tire will hit the inside of the flare almost instantly, but still people do it all the time Forgot to say the flare install on yours looks fine. If you don't like them I'd try reshaping before undoing all the work. Personally I'd be inclined to cut the "mud flap" part off of the back of the flare. Never was a fan of the MSA IMSA flares they used to sell because they had mud flaps on both ends of the car, and the front of the tire exposed, which is kinda backwards from what you'd want from an aero perspective.
Thank you for giving me a little hope in saving these with a trim I was hoping someone would encourage that before totally removing them.
Any tips on how you'd do it? I am looking at coilovers and im torn between Silver-Line Motors coilover kit, " option and the BC extreme low. I figure I will install the coilovers first and then look at the trim. What should I do with the front?Gift Certificates! Not Forgotten. With the simple bolt OR bond-on fiberglass installation, they give the classic Fairlady ZG look made popular in the early 70's.
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Standard prep work will take out most imperfections found in the gel coat, which is only meant to protect the fiberglass during shipping. They are not intended to be installed as is. Related Item s. All rights reserved on all content. Images used may not exactly match your specific application.
Some are molded differently and don't follow the original Japanese ZG look like these do. Note: Z's may require modification around bumper, please call a sales technician for details. Prep Note: As with all of our fiberglass products, these flares will require standard paint prep work sanding, priming, etc.
Standard prep work will take out most imperfections found in the gel coat, which is only meant to protect the fiberglass during shipping. They are not intended to be installed as is. Double click on above image to view full picture.
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