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Re: Early A12 fit into later A12 crossmember
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All B110 crossmembers are identical, 1970-1972 and late 1973 use same crossmember

The A15 in your car is using an adapter on right side to fit

The A12 in the photo does not need an adapter -- just use the regular B110 motor mount brackets

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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Yes, unbolt the case off the 63A-for-A-series and bolt on the case from 63A-for-L-series

you might also need to machine the input shaft to fit into the crank (not sure)

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Re: Early A12 fit into later A12 crossmember
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Yes, year can be gotten by serial number the problem is we only have the JDM list

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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They are both 63A gearboxes, which does not use a bellhousing. Instead the case bolts directly to the engine. If you unbolt the case, the gears are uncovered

The gearbox case for L-series differs from the case for A-series. Otherwise they are the same. There is also a 63A case for the Z-series engine (Z20 engine from 1979-1980 Datsun 510)

Most Datsan RWD gearboxes look like this:
* Front case
* sandwich plate w/gear
* Rear case extension (extension housing)

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Re: A-series FS5W63A for L-series engine
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* Adapter plate
OR
* Cut-n-shut
OR
* front case swap

The main differences between 63A for L-series and 63A for A-series is
* input shaft pilot diameter
* front case bolt pattern (engine side)

minor differences include the sensor bosses

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Re: KB10 Grille Badge Wanted
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https://buyee.jp/item/yahoo/auction/d414788639
current bid 52
buy-it-now price 200

plus you get all those sedan badges

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Re: Australian wiper motor part number
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* 28810-H5000 for Japan-built RHD wiper motor
* 28810-H1600 is for LHD
the motors look the same but the gear arm is different

28810-H5000 (also used by 120Y) replaced 28810-H1001 (early 1200 ute)

Australian-built 1200 uses a Lucas motor

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Re: H89 vs H891
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H89 was not used in the USA market

The difference is a minor casting revision. Details unknown

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Re: Datsun factory video
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seems to have been produced 1974 as they included the 1973 totals

how about that 521 pulling a water skier?
Datsun 510 at Niagara Falls
240Z giving a lift to a hitchhiker!
Datsun 1000 at the pyramids

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Re: Early A12 fit into later A12 crossmember
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You can upload a photo direct from your phone or PC. The trick is the photo must be less than 200,000 bytes so use the Resize It app for iPhone

The preview won't show them if you change the WIDTH

Yes, year can be gotten by serial number the only problem is we don't have a complete list

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