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About FishyLemons

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  • Birthday 08/15/1994

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    Ione California
  • Cars
    1973 Datsun 620 regular cab; 1977 Datsun 620 King Cab; Yamaha FZ07; Buick Enclave
  • Interests
    Hunting, Motorsports, Hiking, Kayaking
  • Occupation
    Government Software Analyst (Fish and Game)

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  1. i have an engine for it and does it have a title

  2. Is the screw at the base of the distributor there supposed to be through the oval slot on the left?
  3. Here is the thermostat hose and line to the intake: bends back rather sharp but hose doesn't pinch
  4. Picked up the parts - rubber hose, steel line, and will be borrowing a line bender from a friend to make it tuck in nicely. Now I'm just having trouble with where on the intake it is actually supposed to route to. From the description and image above: ..."a hard line up to the intake by the vacuum fitting for the brake booster and another rubber hose to this fitting". I can see in datzenmike's reference pic that the modulator line ties in with the main vac line at the intake port closest to the driver's side. Mine already has a hose there that wraps all the way around to the vacuum assy-contro
  5. Thanks again Mike for the helpful information and images, as always! Time to get crafty
  6. Found the part number(s) for the Vacuum Modulator line on carpartsmanual, but can't find any hits online to order a replacement part. Plenty of hits for other 60's/70's vehicles, but not for Nissan/Datsun. Is this something I could just make out of brake line if I bend it correctly and connect it to the tube elbow? Doesn't look like there is enough demand for this part for it to be sold in the correct length and shape.
  7. Thanks datzenmike. I'll be ordering a line and modulator in the next few days. It has definitely been interesting seeing what goes missing on these older trucks, but I'm enjoying learning more about them from the community here!
  8. Hey everyone! After not posting for about a year, I'm finding myself working on the 620 a lot again recently, and as such, finding all kinds of new questions to ask. A buddy of mine who knows a lot more about vehicles than I do pointed out that my truck appears to be completely missing the vacuum modulator and vacuum line. I'm curious if there is any reason why a previous owner would have removed these parts, and how I was able to drive the truck home without it. I have the '73's 3-speed Auto Jatco 3N17B transmission with an L16. When I drove it home, it wasn't getting much power w
  9. '05 and later Nissans have the smaller PCD. '01-'04 stock rims seem to have the styling I like the most, and the correct PCD (and offset in many cases). America's tire sells Hankook Optimos for $200 a set in stock size. I'll probably be going with those once I clean up the slot mags. https://www.americastire.com/buy-tires/hankook-optimo-h724/p/10702 And turns out pick n pull doesn't even let you pull rims, at least in Sacramento. I called 3 locations, two said they recycle the stock rims and sell the specialty rims up front for a premium (not the prices advertised
  10. Here is what I'm working with now. Set of four mags (14") in pretty good shape: Set of four of these (I'm guessing stock?)(14") in varying condition. Best one looks like this: Roughest looks like this (Bottom): Overall I guess they're not too bad? Might be able to bend the white one's lip back to shape.
  11. My stock rims are on the bent and bruised side unfortunately. I do have 14" slot mags, but long term I won't be able to stick with the 14's and have clearance for the beebani disc conversion I want to do. I agree with you though, going classic looks very nice!
  12. Just found this Xterra s/c ten minutes from work. Definitely going to see if the rims are still there tomorrow. Anyone running Xterra rims?
  13. FishyLemons

    Frontier rims

    I'm debating making the drive to Fresno over these rims (just shy of 3 hours) to throw on my '73 620. My brain says no but my heart says yes. Examples on a Datsun pickups here: https://ratsun.net/topic/35913-sunkist-521-ka24e/page/4/ They look incredible. So far they seem difficult to find on CL and are prohibitively expensive on eBay (~$160 each). I'll either get these or maybe 90's Pathfinder wheels (much more abundant near me, though much less attractive in my opinion) so I can do beebani's discs on the front at some point. Are the
  14. Thank you for the info and resources! Turns out the black truck is a '73, which explains the L16. The previous owner mis-advertised it, but the registration history checks out.
  15. For Pathfinder wheels do you need to add spacers or will they mount as is?
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