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Re: 60A bell housing bolts
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Still sorting and got the starter bolts figured out. They are stamped with "TR7" and right at 35mm just as DD indicated. They are flush with the end of the transmission housing. Can't tell from the pic. Will post the bolt head size tomorrow.

For sure staying with OEM Nissan bolts. I replaced a set of heads on a GMC truck not too long ago and decided to try ARP bolts for the exhaust manifolds. Heard alot of good things about that brand. Several of the bolts started to cross thread into the cylinder heads and had to keep backing them out to get them started and the bolt heads were not as big as the GM bolts. Got rid of them and bought Genuine GM bolts. The Nissan flywheel bolts are quite impressive.

I posted the pressure plate bolts. Do they look like correct ones? A total of 6 and right at 18mm.

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Re: 60A bell housing bolts
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Makes sense! Ok will remeasure tomorrow. Any way to visually tell the difference between low, medium and high strength bolts? All of the bolt heads have a number or letter stamped. Does that indicate anything. Thanks again.

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Re: 60A bell housing bolts
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Thanks DD. Need more help on this. I found an old thread that you had on this same subject and you made a nice sketch. Are there any markings on the bolt heads that would help me sort them out? With regard to the long bolts, I have more of the 65mm than I do of the 60mm which appear to be the correct ones? I wouldn't think there would be a problem to use the 65mm. I have 3 setups, 2 are A15/60A 5-speed and 1- A12/56 4-speed all of which use the 3.5mm plate. I am sorting the bolts for the A15/5 speed.

Can't seem to find the correct starter bolts. There are a pair of identical bolts in one of the pics about 35mm but are not the proper thread for the starter. Any way you can tell if the bolts I have posted belong with the housing?


Older thread............

HOLES
Blue: 8.5 mm
Red (dowels): 9.5 mm
Green: 8.5 mm
Gray: 11 mm (bottom two are 10x11 oval)

BOLTS
Blue & green (6)
* 08120-06065 4-speed, 08120-06010 5-speed
** hex bolt medium-strength, M08(?) x 60mm long (6)
Gray Starter
* 08121-03533 BOLT-HEX W/WASHER(M10 X 1.5) (2)
** medium-strength M10 x 35mm long (2)
Gray bottom right
* 08111-02062 BOLT-HEX HEAD WITH WASHER, COVER TO TRA
** M10 x 20mm low-strength
Gray GUSSET Engine-to-gearbox
* left side, bottom two holes (fits in from front)
** 08131-04010 56-series high-strength M10 x 40mm
** 08131-03010 60-series high-strength M10 x 30mm

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60A bell housing bolts
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Need help sorting through the bag of bolts I have to get the correct bolts to secure A series engine to transmission. I have 2 different long bolt lengths. Also does the starter have 2 different size bolt heads? If I could get the Tech Wiki link that shows all of these bolts that would be much appreciated.

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Re: A12 engine
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Hey DD...is there much difference between early and late A12 engine other than the oil pan and where dizzy lines up? Bores look to be the same with the exception of A12A engine. Advantages of one over the other? Any limitations with cylinder heads? I have early A12, with stock pistons, sitting on garage floor collecting dust.

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Re: Same Hitachi carb and intake for H89 and H95 head?
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So this one was used with the H95 head?

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Re: Same Hitachi carb and intake for H89 and H95 head?
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Thanks for all that DD. The intake ports appear to measure the same around 33mm for both. It has been awhile since I disassembled these motors and wasn't sure which carb/intake was on the H89 head. More interested in the intake. Visually I do not see a difference. I was only able to read one marking next to the float glass. The other one is gone. 306-101?

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Re: Same Hitachi carb and intake for H89 and H95 head?
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The intake stamp H95 means it is for a H95 head and in my case also used on the H89?? Wonder if the intake was modified?

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These carbs and intake appear to be the same. Has H-95 stamp on the bottom of both. One was pulled from A15 H95 head. The other from A15 H89 head which came off of a JDM motor that made it to the US. I was expecting different carburation and intake.

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Re: For Sale-FS5W63a-5-speed dogleg transmission-$600
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Appreciate that DD. Want to be fair on price plus opening it up and showing the condition of the gears should be worth something to a buyer. I know these fetch way more $$ in Australia but shipping like you say is a problem. I could ship the gear assembly separate from the bell housing/rear assembly and send 2 packages. Donít know if that would make it more economical vs the entire gearbox. Once you reach the weight limit the cost jumps way up.

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