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About ricandatsun

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  • Birthday 05/13/1977

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  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    Orlando
  • Cars
    1972 Datsun 521, 1977 Datsun 620 King Cab(Sold), 1978 Datsun 620 (Sold), 2008 Honda Civic Mugen Si
  • Occupation
    USMC
  1. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Wow, po had a bird nest lol
  2. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Thanks, I'll get the battery strap. I still need to replace passenger lower joint. Need to replace exhaust from down pipe since I'm scrapping. But the more I work on her the more I enjoyed her...
  3. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Nice... pics please
  4. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Now I need seats... my daughters (11 and 5) put a pink cover on my bench seat, looks nice but not my style. What seats would fit in the cab? I was thinking doing something with my 2008 Civic Si back seat to make it work. Any ideas or recommendations?
  5. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Truck is on the road FINALLY!!! (thanks Mike, 460n620, 650savag and everyone else who gave me carb tips) Installed the carb from National and is running great (only problem is not idle ling high at all, not even at cold start), changed oil, spark plugs and wires. Lowered a little more and I'm happy.
  6. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    I have the gas door, getting painted
  7. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Any one with a carb breather not in used for sale or any idea on an aftermarket breather? Thanks
  8. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Oil smell like fuel... now I know where all my fuel went last weekend :'(
  9. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Thanks Mike, I'll return the coil and I'll get a good fuel filter. Can't wait to have her running again.
  10. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Painted running lights????? lol... is plasti dip, It can be remove anytime As far as your "carb" issue, webers are pretty solid, have you checked the timing? These motors are under constant timing-chain tension, and a lot of the time indications of a "shitty, mis-adjusted carb" are actually symptoms of of a stretched timing chain. I know somewhere on here there's a tech article on how to adjust for timing chain stretch, just don't know where. Good luck! Thanks, I'll check the timing
  11. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Waiting carb, changing oil, plugs, wire and coil. Anything else you guys think I should do or recommend?
  12. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    The truck would be that Datsun blue again, thats the goal. Is more like a black bronze now, till I can afford a real paint job (the plasti dip will protect what is left of truck) this truck didn't have any bad rust, just surface rust and I took care of that. I just ordered a rebuild Hitachi from national and a order "weber" from redline. I'm making sure is a real one
  13. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    6 spray cans.
  14. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Thanks DatDoug! But is just Plasti Dip till I can afford and original Datsun paint job ;-)
  15. ricandatsun

    New to the site, love my 620

    Could my weber carb be one of the knock-off? I'm looking at my carb and is identified with a Weber sticker. Doing some research online and found this Maybe that's why it won't take adjustment and is acting up!
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