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Re: WTD early 1200 front strut hubs. Pre 76
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Re: Fuel in my rust tank
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Hi there

This stuff does a fantastic job in cleaning and sealing an old rusty tank

Fuel tank restoration kit

www.ppcco.com.au/por19.html

Not a quick process, but if you follow the steps and especially the washing and drying

A very good result on my tank

I started the wash out process with water only at first
Then some white vinegar mixed with water

That cleaned it up ok

But the results with the marine clean and the phosphoric acid I think it was in the kit

Could be happier

I have a better than factory new tank now.
To ensure a nice clean fuel supply

Good luck and follow the product instruction is my advice

Personal Protective equipment included

Cheers

Posted on: 2018/12/20 8:38
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Re: DATSUN 1200 Windshield Moulding Kit Genuine (Fits NISSAN B110 Sunny Ute B120)
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Posted on: 2018/11/26 11:22
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Re: Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Definitely wasn't around the wiper pivots

Also not from the wiper motor

Only one side had one, however it does look a factory part

The way the notch in rubber is cut.
Also the angles and it was a perfect fit

It hasn't been done by hand, pretty confident it's a factory thing

It fills the gap between the lower water box panel and the underside of upper cowl panel

Im surprised no other Aussie cars have this, really does look to be a factory part

Think I'll have to check a few out

Cheers for all the drawings, help and pics

I'll let you know what I come up with

Posted on: 2018/11/22 9:12
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Re: Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Hi All

Finally here are some pictures of what im trying to explain

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Posted on: 2018/11/21 21:46
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Re: Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Sorry for the delay in response

You could be right with not standard

Trying to attach a picture of what I have

Iíve tried 3 different iPhone photo resize apps so far

Posted on: 2018/11/19 9:40
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Re: Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Hmm. That particular picture
Looks like it may be missing the rubber part I'm trying to describe

Posted on: 2018/11/17 12:50
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Re: Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Sorry I haven't got a picture right now

But to try explain

They are a cylinder type shape, probably about 2mm thick wall
Perhaps 32-35mm diameter

The bottom end is cut square with the cylinder shape and a small notch cut out to sit over one of the nuts for wiper pivot bolt

The top side that goes to underside of cowl, is cut on an angle to the cylinder
To match the profile of cowl

I'm thinking I might have to make my own with some suitable sized black rubber tubing and a razor blade

Posted on: 2018/11/17 12:01
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Re: Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Hey, thanks for reply

They are the wiper pivot rubbers

The ones I'm looking for are larger

They fill the gap between the cowl lower side and the plenum around the outside of wiper pivot

To get them in or out the wiper pivot must be removed

Then the rubber can be collapsed a little and eased out

I've not seen them anywhere apart from the one I had in one side

Posted on: 2018/11/17 11:53
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Cowl Rubber around wiper pivot
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Hi All

Is anyone able to tell me where or even the name of the rubber part

Sits between cowl and plenum, water box area

Sealing around the hole where wiper pivot arm comes through the cowl

Checked the wiki, and not able to find a source to purchase new ones

I have one used one

Would like to get two new ones

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Posted on: 2018/11/17 11:43
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