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Re: KB10 Grille Badge Wanted
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Heya Benny... I've got a few mate, not much color if any left on them though
sorry I don't come here much... how's these rare ones we didn't get down under...

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'68 Thou Wagon,(home now)
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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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63A gearboxes for an L Series engine are NOT UNCOMMON in Australia, but 63A gearboxes for an A Series are NOT AT ALL COMMON in Australia. If you have an A Series box, you need an L Series front casing and the L Series input shaft. If you can't get the L Series parts in the US, I'm sure someone in Ausrtalia will swap you the parts for your A Series front casing and input shaft. I do recollect that some models of the later series 510 sedan might have been fitted with a 63A box in the US. I'm sure someone will know. The 63A (dogleg) transmission was fitted to both 180B coupes and also Stanza SSS models in Australia, both with L Series engines and they are (reasonably) available here. I don't know of any Datsun model sold in Australia that had an A Series engine and a 63A gearbox.

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Re: Early A12 fit into later A12 crossmember
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Yes, year can be gotten by serial number the problem is we only have the JDM list

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Posted on: 1/22 3:58
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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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And is there a "case" from another transmission that will fit and line up with all the bolts to the sandwich plate/gear of this A series 63a to make this conversion?

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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Ok meant to say the "case". So that is the only difference between L and A series 63a transmissions? The yoke from the driveshaft that slides into the the rear of the transmission is the same as well?

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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They are both 63A gearboxes, which does not use a bellhousing. Instead the case bolts directly to the engine. If you unbolt the case, the gears are uncovered

The gearbox case for L-series differs from the case for A-series. Otherwise they are the same. There is also a 63A case for the Z-series engine (Z20 engine from 1979-1980 Datsun 510)

Most Datsan RWD gearboxes look like this:
* Front case
* sandwich plate w/gear
* Rear case extension (extension housing)

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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The option of front case swap, do you mean removing the bell housing off of the A series gearbox and replacing it with an L series transmission bell housing. Whatever transmission that may be. Not familiar with L series gearboxes. I wouldn't think it would bolt up to 63a adapter plate/rear housing.

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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* Adapter plate
OR
* Cut-n-shut
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* front case swap

The main differences between 63A for L-series and 63A for A-series is
* input shaft pilot diameter
* front case bolt pattern (engine side)

minor differences include the sensor bosses

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Re: KB10 Grille Badge Wanted
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https://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/d414788639
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A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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Got an A-series FS5W63A and want to know what it would take to use this for a L-series engine. Other than the swapping out the bell housing...

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