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WTB Headlight Adjusters 1200 ute
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Hi guys, I'm looking for some headlight adjusters for the ute. I need the screws, nuts and springs.
Does anyone have any of these laying around??

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Posted on: 2016/9/28 11:28
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Re: WTB Headlight Adjusters 1200 ute
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Hey buddie,

I recently bought a brand new set of these from a company called Amayama in Peakhurst Sydney but came from Japan.The springs I got from bunning's.

www.amayama.com

Bolt part number:26022H1000
Nut:26023H1000

Hope that help's.

Posted on: 2016/9/28 12:14
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Hey mate

Nice ute BTW

Unless there are different variants in the light housings and retaining rings?..
Not sure on that one myself.

However, to fix your problem if you are missing the parts?

Or if like mine were, rusted,broken of in the hole, some missing etc....

The picture you have posted is the same as my lights.

What I did.

For the retaining ring, ( holds headlight lens into the housing)
They are a fine pitch threaded screw. Something like an M4 size and thread pitch

You file them flat, centre pop the middle of screw and drill them of with a really small.
Say 2mm drill bit, avoid if you can damaging the threads in the housing.
Then collapse the left over part of the screw.
Using a thread tap of M4 size, clean up and re tap the thread into housing.

Or, drill the out with a 3mm or 1/8 inch drill bit and put some, I think 8g gauge self tappers in
Stainless if you wanted

The adjusting screws I was missing a couple, so I made some up for that also.

The nut, in the picture you posted.
Is actually a small plastic insert that clips into a square hole in the body.
Again around a M5 fine threaded size I think that one is longer screw

On the Phillips head end of this screw, just slightly down the shank.
There is a raised lip, (like a washer) the same size as the screw head.

So then the small fork section in the headlight housing slips between this gap on the shank of the screw.

Then when the screw is turned in or out.
It pushes the headlight housing in on out to adjust the beam.

Each headlight has two of these screws.

One for vertical adjustment, one for horizontal adjustment

If none of that makes any sense and is just too damn confusing.

I'm really sorry.

Maybe I could take a few pictures and post..

Let me know

Cheers

Posted on: 2016/9/28 12:21
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Re: WTB Headlight Adjusters 1200 ute
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If you could take a pic, that would be awesome. Thanks for the help!

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Awesome. I'll check it out!

Posted on: 2016/9/28 12:44
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The adjuster are common, used by many, many Datsun models. Even the LHD Datsuns use the same adjusters

* For sale on eBay right now: http://ebay.com/sch/i.html?_odkw=datsun+1200+headlight+adjusters

No longer for sale at my neighorhood auto parts store Dorman 42182 or NAPA

* Nissan has NLA'd them. But some dealers may find NOS leftovers26022-H1000 SCREW $2.65
Nissan 26022-H1010 BLOCK NLA
26024-H1000 SPRING 2 <> 26024-58000 NLA

* At the local wreckers that specialize in old cars

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Re: WTB Headlight Adjusters 1200 ute
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Yeah the eBay ones are from the U.S. with $50 shipping!!
This looks promising though..

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Posted on: 2016/9/29 12:14
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Hey buddie,

I think it cost me around $50 AUD for four bolts,four nuts and freight.

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They seem to sell all kinds of random stuff. Thanks for the heads up 👍🏻

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You can get them new here in Australia from Nissan, I believe navaras used them in the 90's as well

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