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    75 610, RIP 68 510 4dr, 73 610 Hdtp, 71 510 goon, 72 510 4 dr

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  1. I'm sure this place can do it for you. Probably cheaper to buy new ones? https://www.applehydraulicsonline.com/collections/sleeving
  2. Try this place instead. I didn't have it bookmarked, took about 15 min. to find. https://mmerlinn.com/catalog/makeridx.htm#default If they don't have it, you can probably get it out of JP Parts in Japan. http://jp-carparts.com/nissan/part_detail.php?maker=nissan&type=77&cartype=4&fig=D3203&part=32282E9000&page=2&img=D3203002
  3. Those have 18MM shanks, I believe you need 19MM.
  4. That's impressive to have that many items in stock!!
  5. Excuse my ignorance. How do you tell if an item is in stock?
  6. Your like eight hours from England! There are a plethora of racing equipment shops at your disposal. Find a low pressure Facet pump. https://www.merlinmotorsport.co.uk/knowledge_base_articles/view/facet-fuel-pumps-for-vehicles-running-carburettors-282 https://www.fuelpumpsonline.co.uk/ https://www.burtonpower.com/parts-by-category/fuel-system/fuel-pumps-carburettor.html
  7. if the motor runs get it hot then drain the oil and change the filter. Get a can or two of stp, dump it in with kerosene, run it for a while, don't let it idle and don't blast it, drain and replace filter, then change filter after a few hundred miles. Neighbor did this to some American iron when I was growing up. Did this to my audi coupe to try and eliminate the all to common lifter tick. Didn't work, but the sht that drained out was like tar. Gotta have the engine hot.
  8. Get a gallon of kerosene and a container big enough to put the head in and scrub scrub scrub. Parts cleaner brush works well or old tooth brushes to get rid of grunge. Scrape the gasket surfaces with a razor blade. I've used those cheap storage bins before. Kero don't seem to melt them. In your case turn the cam to get to different areas. Don't poor all the kero in at once. You gotta save some for the final rinse. That's as cheap as it gets.
  9. I thought the 620 came with a F4W63?
  10. The 4sp countershaft bearings are needle bearings. I believe the earlier years used caged needles, then a change was made to loose needles. Loose needles will carry more load Vs caged needles of the same dia. (more needles in contact with the rotating parts) I don't know if you can use loose needles in a case that was using caged needles though?
  11. Part of what you said Mike comes to mind. I never let anybody drive my cars unless they owned a foreign car. For some reason if they haven't owned a foreign, car they have visions of shifting a 396 Chevelle with a Muncie rock crusher transmission. That just doesn't work in a Datsun.
  12. If you have the larger counter shaft bearing then you have a 'C' transmission. Your damage is between 3rd & 4th. To trash 2 transmissions something else has to be going on?
  13. That has the indication that the main shaft and input shaft where to close together. That could happen if the main shaft nut comes loose or a miss placed thrust washer. Yours being an 85 I would think it should already have the left hand nut fix.
  14. Welcome to the train wreck called the SCCA All in the name of trying to reduce cost I would suppose.
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