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  1. Hainz, I understand that, but the condenser that was messed up was not hooked up to the running set of points, the set of points that is hooked up has a good (seemingly) condenser.
  2. If I have a dual points distributor and I am only running on one set of points, but the condenser hooked up to the non-running set of points is messed up, will it cause issues or does it not matter? I found the secondary condenser with the bracket broken and dangling, unhooked it since it wasn't connected o the active set of points and it made no difference.
  3. My truck is spitting, backfiring, and all around running like hell and is undriveable, it happened almost out of nowhere, i have an L16 in my 73 datsun 620. I popped the hood and looked around, i found a wire broken off of a solenoid that screws into the side of the intake manifold, looks like it has to do with vacuum in some sort of way, my phone doesnt want to take pics so i know it's not helping that i lack pics, but first of all: do you think this is my problem? and secondly- what would the part be called and where could i find it? ive been searching around with no luck. The solenoid is a metal cylinder probably 1 inch in diameter with a pointed metal plunger, its hooked up by wire(obviously) and is threaded to screw into the manifold. Any insight would be extremely helpful.
  4. BUMP Wheels, Electronic ignition dizzy, alternator and truck tool box still available!!!
  5. BAMP Come get the wheels or truck box, make a reasonable offer!! Also the Alternator and Dizzy are still up for grabs, make an offer!
  6. A couple more of the toys... M1 .30 Carbine With scope mount, 1x48 dot scope on the way for it. Stainless/wood Ruger 10/22, one of the rarer options.
  7. PM'd olderdat , and Izzo think it is, it is very torquey, it works well.
  8. From left to right: Electronic ignition distributor from l20b with new cap and rotor $95 obo l20b internal resistor alternator part no 14231, alt part # 14300 $50 obo, Brand new part no 16584, alt # st-150 starter, $65 obo. Buyer pays shipping. PM me with questions or offers, also have an l20 radiator in pretty good shape for local pickup $65 obo. Have some 15x10 wagon wheels local pick up or close range delivery $100 for the set, needs to be sanded and painted, but no pitting or dings. Also for local pickup or close delivery, a black plastic truck toolbox, $55 I'll post more if i remember them..
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  10. Heard this guy may be fairly flexible to a cash-in-hand ratsun buyer... http://charlotte.craigslist.org/cto/3597115365.html
  11. No.. it's brand new, it still has the stickers and tag on it, and the adapter is brand new as well, neither have even had gas through them.
  12. l20b, micro electric fuel pump, hitachi and weber carbs, aluminum adapter, radiator, coil, distributor cap, rotor, and more for sale pm for details/info.

  13. Cash preferred... why would i trade a weber for a weber? Bump. Need it gone, have no use for it, make a reasonable offer.
  14. " "O LORD, bless this Thy holy ban hammer that with it Thou mayest blow Thine enemies to tiny bits, in Thy mercy." Free Internets to those who get the reference...
  15. I think both of the trucks are sold.. i will be datto-less soon.

    1. ArchetypeDatsun


      Thus coming to west coast should be the next move.

    2. Draker
    3. Dat Lurka
  16. http://charlotte.craigslist.org/cto/3503920657.html Check it out. Datto powered.
  17. I need to post moar recent pics and shit, im horrible at keeping up with my build thread, but they're 15x7 bullet holes of idk what brand with 0 offset in the front on 1.5inch bolt on spacers, rears are 15x8 no idea what the offset is but they're deep.
  18. Hood pins make you cooler. Just look at me.
  19. Rochester is a GM carb... as its clearly marked.. used in a variety of stock GM applications.....its a pretty solid little 2 barrel.. find a serial or part # and we can find out what it's off of.
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