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    Couple of things to know. You will need the...

    Couple of things to know. You will need the center point of the rotation to be at least 42" high with the the spreader bar that connects each end having 1" of clearance from the floor, if you are...
  2. The PZR build was complete by the time your...

    The PZR build was complete by the time your catalog was printed and as Alan has pointed out an alternate tank was listed in the Sports Option Catalog. The tank shown in the "Yellow Book", may be part...
  3. Hi Kats- The copy I have is dated March 71 and...

    Hi Kats- The copy I have is dated March 71 and doesn't include many PZR parts but the parts that are shown are labeled as model designation PB. Compare the pages below to the pages Chris posted...
  4. Just a final thought about the reservoir tank....

    Just a final thought about the reservoir tank. During the same time period of this "special build", it doesn't appear that the reservoir tanks were simply re-purposed from other models by Nissan. If...
  5. I noticed, the "17350-E7201.... TANK-reservoir"...

    I noticed, the "17350-E7201.... TANK-reservoir" is listed as being optional for the "PB" model in the 1970 S30 - PS30 parts catalog although it is not shown in the illustration nor is it listed in...
  6. :classic:Excellent material Kats! I look forward...

    :classic:Excellent material Kats! I look forward to the translated book if you ever manage to fit that task into your busy schedule. I am extremely grateful for having this site and such...
  7. I was too late to edit my last post. I had...

    I was too late to edit my last post. I had another look at the parts catalog and almost answered my own question. Two different part numbers are given and shown to be interchangeable for the rear...
  8. A very fitting analogy. (no pun intended) ...

    A very fitting analogy. (no pun intended)

    Thoughts about thinner sheet metal stampings and "roadgoing PZRs"?

    A question came to me from looking through the parts catalog. It seems, several...
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    It came with the taper attachment and a ton of...

    It came with the taper attachment and a ton of tooling. I almost bought the milling attachment to go with it but have been advised to hold out for a dedicated upright machine.

    I've been...
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    bhermes - Do you have a knob to make a pattern? I...

    bhermes - Do you have a knob to make a pattern? I have some extra knobs. If you would like to borrow one to make a pattern from, PM me.

    Well Captain, I bit the bullet and bought an old metal lathe...
  11. This makes perfect sense and fits in with what I...

    This makes perfect sense and fits in with what I have been able to find from Nissan's manufacturing process at that time. In the Nissan generic flow chart below you can see the manual line depicted....
  12. Very interesting to say the least and you can be...

    Very interesting to say the least and you can be assured that this beautiful example has not gone unnoticed. I hope to see many more pictures of the process and refreshed car, knowing that I likely...
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    Do the existing lug nuts fit properly? Sometimes...

    Do the existing lug nuts fit properly? Sometimes you will have to match up the wheels with the lug nuts making sure you are engaging enough thread on the studs as well. The tapered shank type are a...
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    These are stock lug nuts with the part number for...

    These are stock lug nuts with the part number for aluminum wheels.
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    Get one of those volume knobs that goes to...

    Get one of those volume knobs that goes to 11.:laugh:
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    You don't want to do a mig weld repair and these...

    You don't want to do a mig weld repair and these are in areas that are not seen and can be easily checked occasionally, correct? If so, if it were me, for just making a few screw holes disapear, you...
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    I have some NOS kick plates that are still in the...

    I have some NOS kick plates that are still in the original plastic. They really were not finished to perfection when new. They are a a semi gloss finish that appears to have been anodized before...
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    LOL, Good one! Since this thread has arisen,...

    LOL, Good one!

    Since this thread has arisen, I will share with everyone what I use to remove 3M or other foam adhesive strips. I find that PBBlaster will totaly disolve this material when...
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    I agree with this but at what price point could...

    I agree with this but at what price point could this be accomplished and still be profitable? Sure, even used ones are selling for astronomical prices at present because of the "rarity" but after...
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    The stainless hardware kit from MMS does not...

    The stainless hardware kit from MMS does not include much of anything for fastening front and rear suspension parts. I think the reason for this is in part to protect themselves from liability issues...
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    I have a few fenders hanging in the shed, not for...

    I have a few fenders hanging in the shed, not for sale but I took a pic of what you are describing. That part was/is not sold separately but is part of the fender assembly. The rubber is listed in...
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    I have used heat with the 50/50 acetone/ATF...

    I have used heat with the 50/50 acetone/ATF mixture after leaving it work its magic for a few minutes. The acetone evaporates in a matter of minutes but not before doing the intended job of getting...
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    Good eye Chris. Also, on the first line they have...

    Good eye Chris. Also, on the first line they have omitted 6/70 to 12/70 builds or more likely, 5/70 was a misprint.
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    The clamshell screws shown in the US/Canada Parts...

    The clamshell screws shown in the US/Canada Parts Catalog 1970-1973 as well as the microfiche show a machine screw used up to July '73 (M3.5 X 16).
    Aug '73 is when the revision is found, changing...
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    Wouldn't want to disect that one, it was costly...

    Wouldn't want to disect that one, it was costly and is now finished. I don't know if the new OEM knobs have the same center hole or what the differences are between inserts, not having had it apart....
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