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Looking for an Air cleaner picture?
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Hey guys, It's been a while.
I'm looking for a picture of the front air cleaner stay bracket for an A12. (The kind which only has one bolt each tide holding the manifold to the head at the top between each pair of runners) Maybe all A12's are like that, but I've not played with them for such a long time?
I have two manifold to air cleaner housing stayss, but niether of them seem to be the right thing.
Anyone got a picture of theirs?

Posted on: 2016/2/14 7:32
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Re: Greg Murphy's 1200 SSS - article & pics
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NZ assembled datsuns only had the one square tag, held on by four screws. So it's pretty hard to tell when a car has been re-shelled. The coupes were assembled in Japan, and they all had a chassis number matching the one on the tag stamped into the body.
I cut up a 310 coupe once that had a number stamped into it too. But others did not?

Posted on: 2016/1/13 8:35
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Re: Greg Murphy's 1200 SSS - article & pics
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That story a bit misleading.
He bought an above average condition deluxe sedan off a mate of mine. (It was a low kms car, that was pretty mint in my eyes) And reshelled a poked sss.

Posted on: 2016/1/11 8:27
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Re: Asbestos in sound deadener?
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I removed all my floor insulation with a wire brush wheel about 10 years ago. I don't know if I wore a mask or not. I also once fell through a super 6 roof as a kid too. (Damn that hurt!)
So if there is asbestos in that floor stuff, odds are I'm screwed.........

Posted on: 2015/4/20 9:47
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Re: 63A 5 speed, Whats one worth?
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A local guy who was on the hunt for one paid the asking price as is.
He's also going to buy the supercharger kit too.

Posted on: 2015/4/14 7:48
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Re: clutch and flywheel bolts
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The bolt shop was closed today.
So I sifted through lots of ice cream containers of bolts, and found some old flywheel bolts. and I found some clutch bolts too.

Posted on: 2015/4/4 9:24
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clutch and flywheel bolts
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okay,
here's some dumbass newbie questions for the masses.
The clutch cover plate bolts are M8, but how long should they be?
Also, what diameter, and thread are the flywheel bolts? I knoiw that the bolts for a front dizzy crank are imperial, but these are for a mid dizzy engine.
I have a small window to scoot off to a fastener shop tomorrow morning. and family commitments mean I don't have the time to find these answers for myself......

Posted on: 2015/4/3 11:32
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Re: clyons8 hope you are ok
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If he's near the epicenter, then he wont have power most likely.
The best advise I can give anyone, is don't have an earthquake where you live. three years on, and we still have lots of buggered roads.

Posted on: 2015/3/30 9:44
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Re: fuel pump picture wanted.
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Thanks!

Posted on: 2015/3/29 10:13
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Re: fuel pump picture wanted.
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Thanks David.
I had thought that A14/15 were different to a12's? and ront dizzy A12's were different again?

Posted on: 2015/3/28 9:19
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