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If you are looking for an A15 or a H150 diff in 3.7 to 1 ratio, then this is what you want to see.

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2SLO
Posted: 2006/8/27 10:30  Updated: 2006/8/27 10:30
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From: Lismore, NSW
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 Re: Firewall tag
The tags on my car on both sides have been sanded back and reengraved, this is why i suspect my ute isnt a 75 model as the tags are reengraved and i have the early model engine.

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ddgonzal
Posted: 2010/7/15 5:50  Updated: 2010/7/15 5:50
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 Re: Firewall tag
Plant U: Zama
Color 924 P:
Chassis No WPB310-706271: Wagon (sport back, squarebacks are V for Van). P means A15 for (for the B310 series)

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2004/11/27 13:10  Updated: 2004/11/27 13:10
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From: Southern Tablelands N.S.W. Australia
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 Re: Firewall tag
On the Australian B310 Sunny's firewall, you will find a tag like this & it reveals all that you want to know.
This one is a wagon [WPB310]
The engine [A15[S]] is obvousuly an A15 with the "S" telling us that it has a 'staged' [progressive] 2bbl carb
The trans [F4W60L] is a floor shifted [F] four speed[4] wide ratio [W] sixty series [60] with the long [L] extension housing. This is the standard passenger model gearbox, while the differential [HB37] is a second generation H150 unit [HB] with a 3.7 to 1 ratio [37]

You don't even need to get your hands dirty when trying to identify what components were fitted as original equipment to many Datsun models from the late 70's
Thanks very much to Feral for providing the info in the first instance.

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UTE18L
Posted: 2004/11/29 0:33  Updated: 2004/11/29 0:33
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 Re: Firewall tag
Is a second generation H150 unit axles any stronger than a ute 165???? and what sort of track width are we looking at????

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Dodgeman
Posted: 2004/11/29 6:26  Updated: 2004/11/29 6:26
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 Re: Firewall tag
The H150 diferential is not as big or as strong as the H165, & as for the axles, i do not believe that they are as strong as the 1200 ute ones As for the track, or width of the rear axle assembly, you would need to check the specs, but i think that they are wider than 1200's.
The first generation of H150 diferentials are coded HAxx where xx is the ratio code. I think that they made the pinion sit lower down in the HBxx series.

Please note that I am refering to the diferential [3rd member, pumpkin, diff head etc] in the first post & not the whole rear axle assembly which is wrongly refered to by many as the 'diff'.
The diff is just the bit in the middle.

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UTE18L
Posted: 2004/11/29 7:18  Updated: 2004/11/29 7:18
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 Re: Firewall tag
thanks mate