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Re: Datsun factory video
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Great stuff! The test dummy in the rollover was waving to the camera.

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Re: wagon body work
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Great pictures.Love watching the the progress

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Re: How long have you owned your car?
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I have had my Coupe for 11 years and the ute for about 9 years.

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Posted on: 2019/9/23 1:31
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Re: The early 1970s
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Thanks for the trip back in time!
I wasn't about in the 70s but feel like the rural area i grew up in was populated by Commodores, Falcons with a few Kingswoods in the "Big car" segments (Almost no -one had V8's) but the most common cars were mid size Japaneses cars like Camry's and Manga's.
Dad was bucking the trend by having a Volvo 240 wagon. One teacher at school had a Jaguar XJ6 and we all lost it because the speedo went to 260kmph!

Posted on: 2019/8/12 2:42
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Re: A series auto bell housing
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Thanks for that ddgonzal !
Was doing it off my phone and it wasn't very easy.
Yes the yellow lines are the places i took the measurements from.

Posted on: 2019/8/5 3:22
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Re: A series auto bell housing
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Re: A series auto bell housing
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Sorry only just measuring this now for you. Itís 63mm from the Bell housing to the input shaft. The Bell housing is 153mm

Posted on: 2019/8/3 1:08
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Re: A series auto bell housing
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Can measure tonight. Have one sitting in the shed.

Posted on: 2019/7/26 5:57
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Re: 75/50W SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS
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They should be an upgrade even if you use the standard bulbs as there will be more current available to the globes compared to the standard wiring harness.

Posted on: 2019/6/25 1:31
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Re: 75/50W SEALED BEAM HEADLIGHTS
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Yes its a fused wire. Done in minutes. The only concern i had is with the quality of the relays, but i guess i will just replace them if they ever blow.

Posted on: 2019/6/24 0:23
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