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SubmitterDodgemanMore Photos from Dodgeman   Last Update2004/7/22 11:55    Tell a friendTell a friend
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This is the factory recomendation, circa 1974

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racer135
Posted: 2019/5/23 9:28  Updated: 2019/5/23 9:28
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 Re: Factory rod prep
Dodgeman do you have the original book or just electronic snippets from it?

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2019/5/28 0:39  Updated: 2019/5/28 0:39
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 Re: Factory rod prep
I'm sure Dodgeman has this book, as it is the common A12 factory serivice manual can be found for as little as $10 on eBay

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2019/5/28 3:31  Updated: 2019/5/28 3:31
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 Re: Factory rod prep
been looking through my 1973 Factory Service Manual and after showing how to inspect the rods and their specs, it only says "repair and replace" . So maybe Dodgman used a newer FSM?

Or maybe this is not about factory prepping but about race prepping the rods. In which case it might be from the Datsun Competition Manual

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2004/7/22 11:58  Updated: 2004/7/22 11:58
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 Re: Factory rod prep
Factory data as requested.

If anyone wants a bigger size, better quality copy of this, just e-mail me & ask.

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benny
Posted: 2004/7/23 3:45  Updated: 2004/7/23 3:45
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 Re: Factory rod prep
Quick question.........how would i weigh each end [big and small] seperately? As the doc suggests to adjust the weight for each; seperately. Or is the doc referring to match the weights for the bearing caps and little end / rod beam.

cheers
Benny

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A14force
Posted: 2004/7/23 6:00  Updated: 2004/7/23 6:00
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 Re: Factory rod prep
You have to sit each end on a pin to suport it while you weigh the other end.