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About CicliDevotion

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    Los Angeles, CA
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    1983 Nissan 720 4X4
  • Interests
    Cycling

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  1. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    Right on. Thanks. Any tips on popping out the slider? Did you just use some tape-wrapped putty knives/scrapers and work your way around the corners?
  2. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    If I'm switching from a slider to a solid and the rubber seal on the slider appears to be in good shape, can I reuse it with the new solid glass?
  3. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    Can anyone tell me what model years will have back glass that will fit my ‘83 single cab? (I’m looking for a solid rear window.)
  4. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    Well it turns out that the spare rear slider I have is from a KC and won't fit in my single cab...so I'll have to find a new home for it. Unfortunately, the slider currently installed has a broken pane (the static side, right behind the driver)...which is why I grabbed the spare from the parts truck. Anyone have a good source for a solid rear for a single cab? Bonus points if its in SoCal...
  5. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    Where are you located?
  6. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    Assuming I want to switch to a solid... Its my understanding that I will need to find one from another single cab (a king cab window won’t fit...) Anybody know what years are the same size as an ‘83?
  7. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    Very true. But my truck is a hard top convertible...so I can always just ditch the top half of the cab if I need to carry something oversized or have easy bed access!
  8. CicliDevotion

    Rear Window: The Solid vs Slider Debate

    My '83 4X4 currently has a slider rear window. It's missing some hardware and one panel is broken...but I have a replacement slider to swap out. I came across this pic of a nearly identical truck, though this one has a solid rear window: I am REALLY liking the cleanliness of the non-slider window. So now I'm thinking about a solid for my truck instead... Before I commit, below is my understanding of some primary pros and cons PROS: Better Ventilation Cooling CONS: Less secure Worse Visibility Noisy What are your feelings? Strong preference for one over the other? Should I swap mine out? Have a solid that you'd like to trade?
  9. CicliDevotion

    My '83 4X4: Interior Strip/Tidy/Refresh *Many Questions!*

    Wonder why it would have had an electrical terminal on there? Any reason that I shouldn't replace with much smaller (more flush heads, shorter) bolts...to essentially plug the holes?
  10. CicliDevotion

    My '83 4X4: Interior Strip/Tidy/Refresh *Many Questions!*

    Can anybody identify what these 3 bolts might be for? They go through the wall at the back of the cab, behind the drivers seat. One of them has a cut wire with a ring terminal on it. The last shot is taken from below the cab, looking up.
  11. CicliDevotion

    720 Part # Thread

    Awesome, thanks. Found 'em and bought 'em!
  12. CicliDevotion

    My '83 4X4: Interior Strip/Tidy/Refresh *Many Questions!*

    I have a small list of interior trim pieces that I need...Please let me know if these trucks come in to your life!
  13. CicliDevotion

    720 Part # Thread

    Anyone know if the floor pan drain plugs are a standard size? The holes look to be about 1" in diameter. Do I need to find a NISSAN specific plug?
  14. CicliDevotion

    My '83 4X4: Interior Strip/Tidy/Refresh *Many Questions!*

    The pictures need to be hosted somewhere like Flickr, etc. Then you can post links to the pics using the URL via the "Insert Other Media" tab on the lower right of the reply window.
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