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    You can use the auto crossmember as Datzenmike says with some adapter plates. Pretty easy job actually. You just need 2 steel plates about 2 by 4 and 1/4 inch thick or so. I welded one bolt onto mine years ago to make it easier but it isn't really necessary. These will let you take up the difference in height and let you put bolts back into the threaded holes already on the body. From memory you might need to drill one extra hole in the crossmember to get it to line up with the hole on the body but I'm not positive on that.
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    You don't specify the vehicle / location. Pity I didn't see this yesterday as I was visiting a tan interior on a 720. It's in it's last days so unlikely to be there when I have a chance to get out again.
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    "Sorry, L20b/A87 head, square port....I thought all the square port 4 cylinder L series heads used the same exhaust manifolds. " For L20B the W58 heads are round port and the exhaust is separate from the intake. For L20B U67 square port, the exhaust and intake are bolted together. For L20B A87 square port you could use the above co-joined manifolds or the earlier L16/18 4 into 2 exhaust. A different manifold altogether. I
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    Car and truck seats have come a long way in 40 years and the 620 seats weren't comfortable anyway. It would be no great loss to exchange them for much newer bucket seats with proper bolstering, side support and an adjustable lumbar support.
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    What is wrong with your instrument cluster? The 521 cluster will fit, but it has green turn indicators.
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    Ugh! We see the 720 4WD's in our local yards, but none right now.......will keep in mind! TJ Denver CO
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    Have you tried Nissan? Riley at Lynchburg Nissan will all at least look it up & order if still available! Rock Auto also lists some under "parking brake cable". Is it just not available any more? TJ
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    Not bad, but $250 ?? I could see under $175 And I had one of those also, damn runners are fairly small, then open up right before the head. Don't think anyone ever made a true downdraft L4 manifold. All that I've seen have little runners so any dummy can bolt them onto a stock engine, and feel good. Someone sells just the head flanges on eBay that would be fun to play with. A little thick wall aluminum tube, a little aluminum plate, and a little welding, and who knows what you could come up with. How about a tunnel ram :)
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    The L16 powered 521 and the 510 4 speed extension housings should also work for this. 'Probably' the early 620 and the 710, but not the 610 (too long) would also work. They use the same shifter, internal bushing and the seal.
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