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Re: Whitewall Goodnessssss............ super low, super thick!
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How much will they run for ? 4 tyres plus shipping to the US !!!

Posted on: 2010/12/27 23:50
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Re: GTS rear diff. installation !!!
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Ok.You think I can still fit my 12" stock rims ?

Posted on: 2010/12/26 23:37
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Re: Whitewall Goodnessssss............ super low, super thick!
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Does he sell any 12" tires with the skinny whitewall ? Like the originals ?

Posted on: 2010/12/25 1:09
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GTS rear diff. installation !!!
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Has anyone installed a 86 GTS toyota twin cam rear diff. with disc brakes on their Datsun ? I got one with 430 gears (posi) and was thinking of shaving all the brackets off and installing it to my coupe !!!

Posted on: 2010/12/25 0:49
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wtb: Shift Knob
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I'm in need of a 4 speed original shift knob for my datsun. Anyone have 1 for sell ?

Posted on: 2010/7/20 0:52
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Rear Brake Cilinders !!!
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Can't beleive that nobody sells the rear brake cilinders for my Datsun here where I live !!! They can only get the 13/16's but not the 11/16's. The dealer wanted $100 for ea. !!! I end up buying it from the United Kingdom threw Ebay for $40 for both including shipping, now thats much better. It seems that parts for this car is getting more harder to get. Cheers.

Posted on: 2010/3/13 17:38
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Re: have you ever owned the same car twice????
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Hey mate, it happened to me in 1989. I bought a baby blue 72 sedan from my cuz that was all original for $700.00 then I traded it for a 1980 toyota starlet. I ended getting back my sedan in 1993 from a neihbor. I didn't even know it was the one I had because it was painted dark blue, with fiberglass doors,front and trunk. It also had roll bars inside with only the front seats and a rx-7 rear end with disk brakes. They swapped the original A12 for a A15 with all the goodies. It was running 12's in a qtr mile with NOS. But when I got it, I put it street legal. I had to sell it because My ex was pregnat and I needed a family car :( Dam I miss that car !!!

Posted on: 2009/10/13 13:41
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Re: Flywheel bolts ?
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Does this mean that the bolts from the automatic flywheel won't work ?

Posted on: 2009/9/14 13:13
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Flywheel bolts ?
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Are the automatic flywheel bolts the same of the standard one ? I'm converting 2 engines from automatic to shift but I only have 1 set of standard bolts and 2 sets of automatic flywheel bolts :(

Posted on: 2009/9/12 20:13
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Re: will a15 head fit a12
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Might have to do what I did with mine, put the A12 gasket on the A15 head and mark the oil hole that feeds to your rockers and then drill a 45 angle hole from the bottom of the head towards the hole where the head bolt goes threw. I did this swap to mine and didn't have lubrication to my rockers until I noticed that the A12 doesn't lubricate the rockers like the A13,A14 & A15 does. I drilled the hole and it took care the problem for me. Good Luck.

Posted on: 2009/9/10 16:15
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