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Re: Coupes Unite!
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You and I would have to wait in line for them.
These 1200 coupes just don't age in their body lines.
A great looking car from any viewpoint.
I had a 1970 Mazda 1200 Coupe before getting the Datsun 1200 coupe.
The Datsun had so much more torque and power as compared to the Mazda.

Posted on: 3/10 2:35
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Re: Coupes Unite!
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Sweet. Gotta love those orange 1200 coupes. They just look great with superb body lines. Nissan should reintroduce the 1200 coupe keeping the same body style. A new retro-coupe for 2020. We can only hope.

Posted on: 3/8 5:21
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Re: Clutch Fork Dust Boot for FS5W63A tranny
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Just a correction to my previous comment, the part number is 30542-E900 and not 30543-E900.

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Posted on: 2/9 21:53
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Re: Clutch Fork Dust Boot for FS5W63A tranny
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I received the 30543-E9000 dust boot and it fits the clutch fork opening on the 63A tranny. This boot is installed on the outside while the stock original boot protrudes inside the bell housing. It's a little smaller than the tranny opening but it will still be functional.

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Re: Clutch Fork Dust Boot for FS5W63A tranny
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I can't seem to find the correct fork dust cover PN 30542-N9000.
However, I did order another one that is for a 1977-1979 200SX and seems to have the same size rectangular opening one the bellhousing.
That part number is 30542-E9000.
I'll give an update as to how well it fits once I receive it from Thailand.

Posted on: 1/19 0:58
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Re: Clutch Fork Dust Boot for FS5W63A tranny
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Okay, thanks for the part number on the dust cover for the 63A.
Now to see if I can source one or at least try to match one that will work on the 63A.

Posted on: 1/16 0:35
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Re: Clutch Fork Dust Boot for FS5W63A tranny
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I suppose you don't have the actual part number from the factory parts diagram for any of those models. I only have 3rd party tranny diagrams that don't include part numbers.

Posted on: 1/16 0:13
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Clutch Fork Dust Boot for FS5W63A tranny
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Does anyone know the correct Datsun/Nissan part number for a new clutch fork dust boot cover that will fit the 63A tranny out of a 1978 B210?
They are probably interchangeable with other Datsun/Nissan tranny boots, but not sure without having the correct part number.

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Roger

Posted on: 1/15 23:37
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Re: Coupes Unite!
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I never realized there was such a model.
Never had them in North America. The closest to it in North America was the B210 that came out in 1974 that replaced the B110 (1200 models). A lot of people bought those cars as they were very popular.
BTW, I had a 1975 2 door coupe with the A14, 4 speed. My wife had a 1976 4 door B210 with the A14 and 4 speed as well. Those cars ran with very little maintenance and were not very rust prone (at least not in my area), which was amazing compared to the early Honda and Toyota models.
Those were days of the "basic" cars. No power anything.

Posted on: 2018/7/22 17:11
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Re: Coupes Unite!
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While taking the 1200 coupe out for a "Sunday" drive, a couple of guys pull me over and ask me if the car was a 240Z.
I told them it was it's little brother. It was obvious they have no clue as they were looking for directions to get to the beach. They looked a little under the influence to me.

Posted on: 2018/7/20 5:27
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