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Re: Meguiar's MotorEx - Datsun 1200 Ute Unveiled
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Posted on: 2013/7/20 6:25
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Re: RSR100 Unfinished project 78' Datsun 1200 ute. *Parting out*
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i will buy the interior buddy...! pm me or call / msg 0423201837, i live in sydney too so quick pick up.

Posted on: 2013/7/20 0:02
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Re: wtb 1200 front bumper not new
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I have one, 40 bucks and a small drive to meet up ill be happy to..! It ain't chrome tho didn't know if you wanted chrome..?
P.s I live Penrith area so a meet up on northan road somewhere would be cool..!

Posted on: 2013/7/4 4:19
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Re: need help!
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thank you bige
i am thinking it is bad rings on the first cylinder...
will test it on the weekend

Posted on: 2013/6/6 11:43
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hey guys, i have a problem with my ute...
the car starts up but then sounds like its idling on 3 cylinders... accelerating it does go back to normal but then gets alot of back firing happening like im in world war 3.
i checked the dizzy, and spark plugs. 1 of my spark plugs (cylinder 1) was really black.
i then went and bought new ones and turned my fuel idle screw down and its still happening
in fact its worse. tried my old carby thinking it is a air/fuel mixture but no luck
oh and also at start up and warming up my exhaust is spitting black stuff out!

was wondering if anyone knows what is wrong with it or if anyone has been though the same problem as i am experiancing?

Posted on: 2013/6/6 10:56
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Re: Wtb original seats
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I am also looking for some seats in Sydney..! Sorry for stealing your post buddy

Free bump

Posted on: 2013/5/29 1:15
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Re: few parts for sale
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photo and price for seats?, and also do they have rails on them?

Posted on: 2013/4/23 13:16
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Re: bucket seats
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also being in a ute does the seat have to be solid chair or can it be a reclining chair put in..?

thinking more monza sport bucket seats.. i know that they can still use the standard rails from the datsun 1200's, that should ok to pass wouldnt it?

Posted on: 2013/4/9 10:18
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bucket seats
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hey guys i am thinking about getting a pair of bucket seats for my ute,
just wanted to know:

*what is your favorite kind and why?
*whats the easiest to put in?
*whats the cheapest but still comfortable?
*where are some good places to buy from?

thank
kev

Posted on: 2013/4/9 8:50
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Re: fixing rust with fibreglass
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get fiberglass out of your head...!
the only way to fix a rust patch is with steel... try to use the same thinkness steel..
For the panels that are inclosed, it is best to cut the rust out, sand the area of the cuts so clean metal is showing, then sand the new piece of metal. Then Zinc prime the inside of the inclosed panel and the side that will be inclosed of the new steel...
zinc primer is a primer that may slow and maybe prevent rust reacquiring in that area, and is also weldable..!!!
also try to wear latex gloves or something, because the oils from your hands Will start the rust on a new piece of steel

Posted on: 2013/4/8 14:02
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