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Lockleaf

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Lockleaf last won the day on August 26 2016

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  • Birthday 05/15/1984

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    Happy Valley, Utah
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    '71 510 Goon, '90 240SX, '85 720, '69 Roadster, '05 Saabaru 92x, '07 Saab Trollblazer 97x
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  1. Drill a hole down through the center then run a metal rod through it. Weld a new nut to the bottom of the rod and mount it with that.
  2. Lockleaf

    18 inch Titan rims

    Visually Titan steelies are a nice looking Rim. But without knowing the offset it's hard to tell you if you will have any issues actually mounting them. It's quite possible you will want or need spacers to get the look you want. As for tires you'll need to decide what size sidewall you want to go with what with you need et cetera but regardless I've been pretty happy with the Coopers that I've been running on both of my vehicles for the last year. Roto Grip seems very good for daily driving even in the rain and the price was pretty reasonable getting them from Amazon
  3. No idea what plans you attempted to post, but it failed... As for rims, i can only get to two that everyone uses. Factory steelies and minilites/watanabes... I wouldn't mind some deep dish steelies. Mine is currently wearing some 240sx rims and some 8 hole stamped steel rims. She's ugly. I think using vinyl to make stencils and then painting the letters is cooler than vinyl letters.
  4. Oh you will get plenty of shite over here too. We're mostly an asshole forum that happens to talk a lot about datsuns :D. bring a thick skin, throw whatever comes your way back at people, and do what makes YOU happy. Screw the rest of us. Also, welcome to ratsun. Post pics. We are pic whores. I eager to see someone outside the box on a roadster. I have a craptastic one i want to do all sorts of terrible things to.
  5. I love metal bits like that! For no valid reason, i don't like fiberglass on my old cars. I prefer metal.
  6. There is a member on this forum who professionally rebuilds dizzys. I would suggest PMing him. He's called Distributorguy.
  7. Definitely needs moar lows to rock those rims. Looking forward to where this goes.
  8. Do mags. Those blades are so painfully 90s... Or buy my vintage 15x10 western wheels turbines. That seems like the coolest option.
  9. The hardwire option is doable if you aren't scared of electronics. You have to identify the amp chip in the radio, then identify the left and right speaker IN connections, then solder to those with the inputs from the aux port. Or if its a tape deck just get a tape aux converter. Super easy
  10. Do they not require interior batteries to be in sealed vented boxes?
  11. You want diesel, i would look Mercedes om617. 3 litre turbo, good size to fit 720 and can be built to reasonable power numbers without the insane weight of some other options.
  12. Loosening vs reindexing is basically a question of how far you want to drop it. If you get enough lowering from loosening the bolts (but still have tension on the arms) you should be fine. If you need more adjustment, reindex.
  13. With what Mike says in mind, VQ35 is likely a very good option for what you desire. But downside is that the 6 speed trans is rather large so it could cause different fitment issues. Budget also effects this question. A small turbo motor can make huge power while keeping weight down, but you have to invest way more money in the motor to build big power.
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