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> This maybe stupid, but are there OEM parts
> for a 1978 280?
You can buy nearly everything except the chassis from your local Nissan Dealer.
 

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> This maybe stupid, but are there OEM parts
> for a 1978 280?
Yes and No. OEM stands for Original Equipment Manufacturer. I had difficulty a while back trying to purchase a replacement (slave cylinder to clutch fork) clutch rod. My original adjustable one had been bent and I wanted an OEM replacement. That one is no longer available, as it has been superseded with a non adjustable item. (I made one with a long grade 12 metric bolt). But they did have the little plastic fusible link cover boxes for about $3.50 each, so it wasn't a wasted trip. mikey
 

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> Yes and No. OEM stands for Original
> Equipment Manufacturer. I had difficulty a
> while back trying to purchase a replacement
> (slave cylinder to clutch fork) clutch rod.
> My original adjustable one had been bent and
> I wanted an OEM replacement. That one is no
> longer available, as it has been superseded
> with a non adjustable item. (I made one with
> a long grade 12 metric bolt). But they did
> have the little plastic fusible link cover
> boxes for about $3.50 each, so it wasn't a
> wasted trip. mikey
Mikey, You might want to check 70- early 71 240z
for an adjustable slave cyl rod. I think those were the only adjustable ones, however you can change them, and install them on a 78 280z. We have used if anyone needs one. thanks, Joe
1-800-533-5659
 
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