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Re: grille badge colours
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Good photos, they show more accurately the proper colours used in the 70's. the blue for instance is more indigo than the pastel blue that is often used today. And the red resembles a Christmas decoration.

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Re: 1000 bonnet stay
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I'd be keen on the lower and upper bracket if you can make some up! The upper bracket in the pic isn't quite long enough to span both bonnet bolt holes.
You could sell a kit on ebay and make some $$

Posted on: 2/3 2:11
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Re: grille badge colours
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great, so blue to the left and red to the right of the white at the bottom? and then black around the edge? I wonder does anyone know the nissan paint codes?

Posted on: 2/3 1:55
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grille badge colours
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I have a round 'D' type badge. I'm just wondering what were the original colours for all the different sections/ borders?

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Posted on: 2/3 1:26
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Re: tacho installation
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Interesting, why is the tacho signal wire looped?

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Re: maddat engine mount alterantive?
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What's wrong with maddat ones besides price? I have a pair of maddat ones for $20 if interested.

Posted on: 2018/7/5 5:33
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Re: Refill steering box - how?
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I just checked the level and it was low. I used a syringe with a pipe as suggested and it worked brilliantly to extract old oil and put in new oil. Filled up to top.
Another bonus is the steering is much lighter now!

Posted on: 2018/6/21 1:19
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Re: Refill steering box - how?
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Good pictures. I'm assuming there is no other square bolt and you may need to suck the old oil out?
In terms of that adjustment nut and bolt i take it if it is screwed in this reduces play. If screwed up too much it may bind as you said.

Posted on: 2018/6/18 0:03
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Re: Refill steering box - how?
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Great thanks, hopefully it won't steer like ww1 tank after that!
3/4 fill from what i've read?

Posted on: 2018/6/17 8:12
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Refill steering box - how?
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I've Never done this, and the teck wiki doesn't explain how to do it.
Thanks

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