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    1973 VQ35 S30 : 1972 620
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  1. Thanks, I’ll still be around, probably won’t be done! Still have a very long way to go and have less and less time to put in it. Turbos...yeah I might single turbo the Z in a few years, but not the truck. It’s just the putt around truck.
  2. Time Left: 19 days and 3 hours

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    • USED

    Would rather not ship any of this. Parts are from a 72 620. Full suspension front and rear- $60 king pins are in great shape. Also includes torsion bars and hardware. Gas tank in really good condition- $50 This is the type that hangs from the bed, not the frame Rear Brake Drums and backing plates- $30 3 drums, 2 full backing plates (not cut)


    Zionville, North Carolina - US

  3. The exhaust is done, as is the fuel system and brake lines. I repurposed the old 620 hangers and reworked one of the frontier hangers. I’ll admit it’s a little janky but it’s definitely firm where it needs to be. Next is figuring out an e brake setup and get the driveshaft shortened.
  4. Comparatively speaking, I have twice that in modifying my 240z tank for an aeromotive phantom unit and restoration. So for nearly everything I need for a little over $400 sounded like a good deal to me!!
  5. No it’s a universal truck tank kit from Tanks Inc. UT-N-2HT. Came with pretty much everything, I changed the filler cap to one like a late model ford, just stick it in and go. https://www.summitracing.com/parts/tnk-utn2htkitgml
  6. Just a few things left to do on the exhaust now. Mainly hangers and fully weld the front portion, oh and I need one clamp for in front of the resonator. I’ll finish the tail pipe once the bed is back on, but there is a 90 just stuck in there for now to get an idea.
  7. Got started on the exhaust, was able to keep all of it above the bottom of the frame. There’s just one hard angle joint which is just due to my inexperience. It was a little difficult to get above the transmission crossmember. Otherwise just need to make an S to go from the resonator to the muffler, then I plan on running a 90 straight out the side in front of the rear tire. The header is for an S14, it’s a chinese make but it was $48 bucks, so....let’s see how long it lasts. Return line is co
  8. It looks like my old 2011 Silverado color which was Blue Granite Metallic. Or possibly the Toyota variant.
  9. Awesome, thanks. I bet he’s on more than just the 520/521 stuff so I’ll have to do some searching. I’d love to have something like that made for the Z and 620.
  10. And where did you acquire this neat nugget?
  11. Lol those are there just so I could form the new line. They will go in the vibratory parts cleaner and painted this week.
  12. Finished the rear, just need to run the return line to the fuel tank and vent. Otherwise tighten things to spec and move on to the exhaust. I used 5/16 aluminum for the fuel hard line and copper nickel 3/16 for the brake lines with stainless steel tube nuts. That’s the fuel filter bracket from the Frontier, fits nicely here and should be extremely easy to change. Also dropped the stock wheels off here locally for a guy to sandblas
  13. That’s good to know. There are a lot of modern calipers made like that now.
  14. Dang, I was looking forward to this, oh well, it happens! At least you pretty much got your money back.
  15. Thanks, I'm pretty happy with the way it fits. Negative, no drain in the tank, it would need to taken out and flipped over to drain.
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