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Re: Published Wheel Offset - Std 1200 Rims
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Good to hear your getting close. Wish I could say the same 😅

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Re: Published Wheel Offset - Std 1200 Rims
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I thought someone would have the answer to this question by now. I suppose there's not to many 1200's running stock wheels these days anyway. That said you need more than just someone's measurement don't you Luke...you need it in published form from a reputable source.

I did have a look in the 'Wheels and Tyres' section of my Gregory's Workshop manual, but it only shows that it is a 12" pressed steel rim and details tyre sizes and inflation pressures.

Is this needed to judge any track width change with your new front end and wheels?

Posted on: 5/11 8:23
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Re: Scuff/door trip
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If anybody else is looking for new kick/scuff plates send me a PM as I may be able to help.

Posted on: 5/7 17:15
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Re: Package tray ???
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Just checked my package tray and both of my Utes....no bracket to be found. It looks like something that could be pretty easily bent up from a piece of sheet metal. It just tucks into a little pocket at the back of the shelf. But, worth trying Nissan as it is still listed and price should be around $20.

Posted on: 5/5 6:44
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Re: Scuff/door trip
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PM sent

Posted on: 5/5 6:12
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Re: Package tray ???
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I'd be interested to see what this bracket looks like to (if anyone has a pic) as I have one of those shelves that's been sitting in my shed for years. Was planning to put it in one day, but didn't realize I might need a special bracket.

Posted on: 5/4 12:58
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Re: Dash insulator
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If you are talking about the piece that Demacoz mentioned, I have one out of my ute sitting on a shelf that you are welcome to come and trace. PM me for address details.

Posted on: 4/2 15:22
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Re: GRILLE DIFFERENCES
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They do have different mounting points. The stainless sedan grilles attach to metal brackets that are spot welded on the radiator support panel.

If you search in the tech wiki under 'sedan grille' there is a section called 'fitting to others' which will show you how to makeup some brackets to mount the stainless grille in place of the plastic grille.

Posted on: 3/27 11:08
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Re: Any advice with a backyard paint job?
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Lots of good tips from '1200Rallycar' there. Not sure if this was mentioned, but a good idea to wet down the floor with water to reduce the chance of dust blowing up into the fresh paint.

YouTube is your friend. I would suggest 'The gunman' who has recently done a 3 part garage spray job series and also check out 'Homebuilt by Geoff' . Geoff is currently doing up a 260Z on his Channel and will be spraying it soon. In some of his previous episodes he shows how he built an inexpensive spray booth and gets some amazing results on a 911 Porsche.

Good luck with it and post progress shots.

Posted on: 3/21 1:21
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Re: No its not for sale
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Cool cooler....sorry I feel like I've got a stutter.

I'll fill it with drinks for you when you have the next BBQ day 🍺🍻

Posted on: 3/9 0:15
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