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Re: FREE - H145 drum to drum, 13x5 XP falcon wheels (Melbourne)
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I think they didn't fit over 120y front hubs.

Posted on: 10/16 12:13
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Re: FREE - H145 drum to drum, 13x5 XP falcon wheels (Melbourne)
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Sure thing. I think I bought them from you about ten years ago :)

Posted on: 10/16 11:10
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Re: B210 Round Gauge Dash Electrics
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I wonder if you use could use the ordinary harness? The main cluster and tach should be fine.

Then make a little connector from the clock plug to share with the Amp/Volt meter, and the oil gauge. Then just add a wire from the oil pressure sender to the oil gauge. The Amp meter has extra white and white/red wires. The volt meter just has one plug like the clock.

I have the dash and all gauges just no harness.

Posted on: 10/16 9:00
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FREE - H145 drum to drum, 13x5 XP falcon wheels (Melbourne)
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Free to good bad or indifferent home:

- H145 axle drum to drum - From memory it made some noise changing when gear. (from '74 120y)
- Five 13x5 XP falcon wheels. Fits 1200s well

Pick up Preston Melbourne.

Posted on: 10/16 8:37
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Re: Does this diff look worn?
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Thanks all! It's an H150 4.1.

Posted on: 10/15 11:52
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Does this diff look worn?
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Does this diff look overly worn?

The ring gear is strangely worn on the outside, and the drive side teeth look like they have shallow wear. Bit hard to tell from a photo, but what do you think?

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Posted on: 10/15 8:03
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Re: Rear Leaf Spring Caster Wedges - what's the go?
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Interesting. I get the general idea of caster, but at first glance I can't quite get my head around the geometry of how a wedge could affect caster, but it kind of makes sense as the axle is travelling in an arc due to the shackles. Anyone running wedges like these?

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Posted on: 10/14 10:35
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Rear Leaf Spring Caster Wedges - what's the go?
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I see caster wedges for rear leaf springs advertised sometimes, usually for 4x4s, but I see kits advised for RWD Datsuns too. Can anyone explain rear wheel caster to me?

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Brown PB210 GX
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Re: Freight options Adelaide to Perth
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I like e-go couriers.

https://www.e-go.com.au/

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