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A gathering place for lovers of the Datsun and Nissan 720 series pickup trucks.


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About 720World

720World Members

The 720World.com website will be transitioning to a paid membership of $5 a year starting 1/15/2015.

For new and existing members, PLEASE do not use the Donate App to pay your subscription, this forces me to have to do a lot of extra work to make sure that the money is going towards your subscription and to extend your subscription, rather than just count it as just a donation.  You will be prompted for payment when you're existing subscription is up, and when done this way, it will automatically extend your subscription the appropriate amount of time.  You'll also have options to join for multiple years, or for life.

Current members (who did not donate before January 15th) have access to the website until Feb 15th 2015 after which you will be prompted to make payment when you visit the website.

New members will be required to make payment after their application has been approved, and before they will be able to access the full website.

If you want to join, or renew, but you can't make payment by PayPal then email 720world@outlook.com for instructions for mailing a US postal money order payment.

Thank you all for your support.

720WORLD is a spinoff of the popular MSN User Group, Nissan/Datsun 720 Pickup Owners (nissandatsun720pickupowners@groups.msn.com) which was founded by Patrick Smith many moons ago...

The mission of 720World is to provide a central place for Datsun and Nissan 720 owners from around the world to gather, share information, and help one another.

While we are primarily focused on the 720 series here, we welcome owners of any Datsun or Nissan truck to participate! We all share a common lineage and pride. So whether you have a D21, Patrol, 620, Ute, or just a Nissan engine in your truck, join in and share.

That being said, welcome to 720World.com!

Corey Amundson aka TigerRacing


Latest Activity

Steve g posted a discussion

if you are looking for a lift kit

Superlift now makes a 1.5"" lift for the 83-86 720. Some slight improvements to the a-arms have been made and shackles replaced the add-leafs. Its nothing crazy but at least we have more options.1.5" Nissan Suspension Lift Kit - 1983-1986 720 Pickup 4WD If the link dont work then look it up yourself :)See More
10 minutes ago
Steve g replied to Steve g's discussion intake upgrade now easier and still cheap "kinda"
"  2 tricks...  one you can soak the gaskets in water over night then install them.  Or you can spray paint the gaskets and install them wet.   Spray paint the bolts instead of loctite.    As long as the adapter and…"
2 hours ago
Joe Wilson replied to Steve g's discussion intake upgrade now easier and still cheap "kinda"
"Yeah, I don't what the deal is. I've had to tighten it probably 5 times over the past 2 years or so. Changed the gaskets a couple times too thinking new ones might be better. Used to use lock tite but that just makes it a bitch to get off…"
2 hours ago
Steve g replied to Steve g's discussion intake upgrade now easier and still cheap "kinda"
"wow i have run many weber adapters and never had a leak....... ever  "
2 hours ago
Joe Wilson replied to Steve g's discussion intake upgrade now easier and still cheap "kinda"
"Hate those damned adapters. I have to take the carb off to tighten the lower bolts about every 3-4 months. I just had to do it again and musta bumped something because now the cam won't lock. It works, I can get it to lock by hand, but not with…"
2 hours ago
Joe Wilson replied to brad morehart's discussion ring and pinion
"I second that. I swapped the whole thing as a unit because I went with the lower gear ratio from a tbi model. Did it by myself in a couple hours and only cost around $200. If you stick with 4.10 you can likely find one for much less."
2 hours ago
Steve g commented on Stingraylx1's photo
5 hours ago
Steve g replied to brad morehart's discussion ring and pinion
"your truck should have the c200, the ring and pinion need to be replaced as a set or you risk a gear mesh issue that will drive you nuts.  Honestly for the cost of having the rearend professionally built (professional required) you can buy…"
5 hours ago
William McIntire liked TigerRacing's blog post Save a part, buy a 720
10 hours ago
William McIntire is now a member of 720World
datzenmike replied to brad morehart's discussion ring and pinion
"The C200 parts all bolt in but need to be 'set up' properly with shims an gauges for proper lash and clearances. The H-190 you can simply unbolt the third member and put another one in. To replace a C200 you pretty much have to remove the…"
brad morehart replied to brad morehart's discussion ring and pinion
"So does the whole plate that holds brake shoes come off with axle? Do you have a suggestion for replacement parts?"

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Donating Members

These members have made a donation to help keep 720World online. My sincere thanks to each and every one.

Dwayne Oxford X4
Eirato10 X2
Joe Wilson X2
Marc B. X2
Steve G X2
david cottrell X2
channing X2
David Smith X2
Joseph D Laws X2
Tommy Perkins X2
David Hoffert
Ronald W. Summers
Kelly Williams
g. snelson
David Giles
R.M. Thomason
Patrick Pettit
Dattsun Al
Rich Lyman
Forrest Strong
Seth Price
Brian Harris
donnie m
Brad Sanders
Ahren Gross
Mike Cieply
Clod Dropper
Taylor Fitzgerald
John Mausshardt
Tommy Clapp
Daniel Salas
Steve McClintock
Joseph Hoffman
michael kornuth
Joe Mottershaw
roy lee fisher
Steve Toth
J Iglesias
Joseph Russo
Tom Stewart
Anthony Quichocho
Donald Husar
Chris Lewis
Justin Bloom
Tim Satterfield
Bill Kravis
Datsonboy Brian H.
Larry Davis
Barbara Babb

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