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]2eDeYe

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]2eDeYe last won the day on July 17 2019

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About ]2eDeYe

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    Bastard!
  • Birthday 09/13/1973

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  • Location
    Marysville, WA
  • Cars
    78 620 KC, 77 620 KC, 72 CJ5, 04 G35 coupe mmmm
  • Interests
    Datsuns, Jeeps n' Guitar
  • Occupation
    Tool Designer

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  1. Nice progress, love the merc work and the lada floor šŸ˜„
  2. Welcome, nice looking 620 you got there šŸ™‚ Open that bleeder screw all the way, 1/4 turn may not do it. If no fluid comes out when pushing the pedal and the bleeder screw is removed you may have a clogged master cylinder.
  3. Simple, effective. Nice.
  4. You're welcome šŸ™‚
  5. Can't wait to see how the 620 turns out. šŸ˜„
  6. You just need to keep posting and after a bit you will be able to attach pics to you posts. Looking forward to seeing your parts and pieces. šŸ™‚
  7. Another thing to consider is the offset of the wheels. Cars and trucks don't always have the same fitment criteria. I assume the wheels are from a car with 4 lugs.
  8. They can compare it to the air in the tire under my 77 620 lol.
  9. Welcome back, nice score.
  10. Mail that thing to me I'll get it out for ya.
  11. Gonna need to see some pics šŸ˜„
  12. The motor wiring is stand alone and is not affected by RHD/LHD issues. find a nice place to mount the ECU that the harness can reach. Some guys mount it on the passenger side above the foot well. Also you might hit up Icehouse for a can-am box as it makes wiring the motor up pretty simple.
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