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Re: maddat booster question
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Yeh mate, you'll have to enlarge the hole where the pushrod goes through the fire wall and you'll also have to mark and drill the holes to mount the bracket/booster. I did mine last year so my memory is a little hazy but I can take some pics of it for ya, I might even have the instructions lying around somewhere too which says what size hole-saw you'll need etc...

Posted on: 2013/12/17 1:12
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Re: Wtb ca18det ECU
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Posted on: 2013/12/10 2:47
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Re: ute front seats for sale
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Posted on: 2013/11/4 2:08
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Re: CA18DET COIL RELOCATION
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I had a chat to my tuner about coil up grades and he mentioned that he has run LS1 coils of a few RB powered vehicles with great success. They are cheap, realily available and pack a great punch. Mind you these vehicles were running Haltech computers.

Posted on: 2013/5/21 4:03
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Re: ca18 stuff for sale + skyline diff + momo wheel
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I PM'd ya about that oil filter housing mate

Posted on: 2013/5/15 23:18
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Re: ca18 stuff for sale + skyline diff + momo wheel
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Do you have the 4 bolt alloy housing that the oil filter screws onto. The current one I have has a oil cooler attached to it and I am just after the one that is just the filter housing. I hope this make sence, I think some turbo motors and auto's had the little round engine oil cooler fitted to them.

Posted on: 2013/5/13 6:44
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Re: Custom made 1200 parts
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Hay mate, what sort of price you chasing for a steel strut brase for the 1200 and a estimate on shipping to sunny Ipswich, Qld 4305. Love ya work by the way, been following it a fair bit on Stalkbook...

Posted on: 2013/5/9 5:11
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Re: Panel shop/restoration shop for my Datsun 1200 ute
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One Joint that come to mind in Sydney is Sefton Smash Repairs. The bloke there did some very nice custom work on my mates Crappadoor Trayback ute. So much so that he was invited to a ute show in Melbourne to display it.

You are really chasing a workshop that doesnt deal soley in insurance work, they are only interested in high turnover quick work. You are after a workshop that prides itself on rebuilding/customising your pride and joy. Google a few joints and make some phone calls, a quick chat to each joint will soon tell you if you want to hand over coin to them.

Just a quick google of "custom panel and paint" showed up
GOLD COAST
http://www.icandycustomresprays.com.au/#!contact
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http://custom-auto-spray-paint-car-panel-repairs.com/

SYDNEY
http://www.still-one.com.au/main.htm

or take a look at this link from HOK paint and call a few of these guys.
http://www.houseofkolor.com.au/automotivepainters.php

You might find it hard to get much feed back as allot of members do the work them selves to save their coin, me included... :)

Posted on: 2013/5/8 0:46
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Re: WTB Hen's teeth or TRX Wheel Nuts
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Bloody hell, I did not kmow they existed. Might have a looksy at my setup and see if I need em or just use the standard tapered ones.

Posted on: 2013/4/28 12:33
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Re: WTB Hen's teeth or TRX Wheel Nuts
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Silly question but whats so rare about them, they are just a standard wheel nuts, right? I just went to supercheap and got some standard wheel nuts and they work fine.

Posted on: 2013/4/27 12:28
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