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Made me a caster cart for easier work spaces.

 

 

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Cleaned up the Super Charger mount plate. Took all dimensions so I can make another.

 

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Mounted.

 

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Today I want to make some pulley hubs.

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That explains it. Couldn't think of a 4 lug car with vented rotors... ^_^

 

 

 

 

Yeah, I've given up on mine at least 4 times. :rofl:

I was glad it had the four bolt pattern. Although 5 would have been ok too.

 

I finally have enough to have the body chem dipped.

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The RX7 GSLE model was only made in 84-85 and uses a 4x114.3 BC. It had the larger 13B EFI rotary engine, pretty rare car.

 

Although, as many rear axles as I've seen over the years, it must not be that rare. Or they all ended up in the junkyard for us Datsun guys...   ^_^

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I guess LSD? what is the ratio on this? and what diameter is the ring gear?

 

I havnt cleaned off the stamping yet. Its still sitting on the stands waiting for attention. It is LSD, but no clue as to ratio yet.

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It looks great. Because of this I went to the local 'yard' and looked at a Toyota Cressida? that was there. 6 cylinder DOHC engine. Figured it might have a nice H-190 size narrow rear end.... but IRS.

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It looks great. Because of this I went to the local 'yard' and looked at a Toyota Cressida? that was there. 6 cylinder DOHC engine. Figured it might have a nice H-190 size narrow rear end.... but IRS.

 

I hadn't even though to look at those.

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I went to the local 'yard' and looked at a Toyota Cressida? that was there. 6 cylinder DOHC engine. Figured it might have a nice H-190 size narrow rear end.... but IRS.

 

I hadn't even though to look at those.

 

 

I believe they went IRS around '82. So you'd either need to find a first gen or early second gen. As I recall, first gen is drum, second gen is disc? So that's a somewhat narrow window for a donor as well. 

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