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I disassembled my L20b from my 610 a while ago. I'm looking to rebuild/reassemble it soon and I can't for the life of me remember what bolts go where. I know it was stupid not to label them, but, at the time, I found a list somewhere of the different sizes for each part. I ordered a full bolt kit from overland metric, so I should have everything I need. I'm really just hoping someone can point me to that list I found all those months ago.  Any help would be appreciated 

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I haven't seen a list but this website might be of use:

http://www.kangamotorsports.com/blog/cleaning-threaded-holes

 

Also I have read (but haven't found it to be super accurate) that the Nissan Engineering section used a part number format for bolts and other small hardware.  Here is a link to the part format.

http://datsun1200.com/modules/mediawiki/index.php?title=NES_Part_Numbers

 

Best of luck.  Hopefully someone else has more information for you.

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On 7/20/2021 at 4:50 PM, Stoffregen Motorsports said:

You bought them from Overland Metric? Nice. I'm curious to hear your impressions. I use them on the Toyota restorations, and I know they are different than Nissan hardware, but I bet it will look great with those fasteners. Did you buy stainless, cad or zinc?

I purchased the zinc. I've had them for a few months and haven't even opened the box. Haha. I'll try to remember to let you know when I actually start using them. 

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On 7/20/2021 at 6:04 PM, chukar said:

I haven't seen a list but this website might be of use:

http://www.kangamotorsports.com/blog/cleaning-threaded-holes

 

Also I have read (but haven't found it to be super accurate) that the Nissan Engineering section used a part number format for bolts and other small hardware.  Here is a link to the part format.

http://datsun1200.com/modules/mediawiki/index.php?title=NES_Part_Numbers

 

Best of luck.  Hopefully someone else has more information for you.

Thanks for this. I'll see what I can do with it. 

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I checked out thos links, and the one thing that caught my attention is the use of a tap to clean the head bolt and main cap bolt holes. If they are not damaged, it is best to use a chase tap or even an old bolt with flutes ground into it. Lube with WD40 and run the bolt in and out with a drill.

 

A tap can make the hole loose.

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