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Re: Datsunbeginner becomes an expert - Vanilla Ice ute build USA
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Nearly every Japanese car has metric bolts and fittings. Mazda use imperial brake and clutch line fittings on some of their cars, like the B1800 ute I had. Massive mind f*** when I tried fitting a Datsun clutch master until I figured it out. Surely if it wasn't right you would have noticed as they would have been very difficult to tighten up.

Posted on: 8/10 13:18
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Re: Datsunbeginner becomes an expert - Vanilla Ice ute build USA
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The weird thing is they are not really that hard to tighten. Its not much difference between 3/8 imperial and M10

Posted on: 8/10 13:55
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