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    Vancouver Island
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    '76 710. prevoius... '78 620, '71 521, '68 510, new '76 B-210 '74 710 sedan
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    I help others get and keep their Datsuns on the road. If Ratsun was a Datsun I'd be the grease

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  1. Which Weber carb is commonly used on the 720 4x4's and what mileage can I expect?

    1. datzenmike

      datzenmike

      A 32/36 down draft is good but a 38/38 will also work. I think the 32/36 is better driving and mileage almost as good as the stock carburetor as the secondary is progressive and only open above 60%? pedal. The 38/38 is more high performance and is too large in my opinion as it's for six cylinder and small V8 applications. Both barrels open at the same time so mileage and drive ability are not as good as the 32/36. 

       

      It's easier to live with a small carburetor and want a larger one than having a large carburetor and wish you had a smaller one.

    2. weldingrod

      weldingrod

      Thinking of fabbing up a dual exhaust system for the quad, maybe a two-into-one muffler.   Found a great book for Nissan 720 info, Clymer 2- & 4-Wheel Drive Pickups shop manual covers 83-86.  Has just about every possible fuel, exhaust and emission set up and lays out all specs and procedures  for installing torsion bars. ISBN: 0-89287-388-4.

    3. weldingrod

      weldingrod

      Would like to share torsion bar info here, how do I post pictures?

       

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