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Chris Lewis
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In need of doors

Started this discussion. Last reply by channing Apr 16, 2017. 5 Replies

Hi Fellow 720 World members.                   I'm in need of some doors with minimal rust or even new old stock would be nice and also some rocker panels, the cancer has taken over and I want to do…Continue

Tags: Free, Damage, Rust, Panels, Rocker

1986 Nissan 720 Long Rider for sale

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve g Sep 1, 2013. 1 Reply

I never heard of it until I saw it for sale in the local kijiji ad in Toronto GTA, it is a Nissan 720 King Cab but you can go through the back of cab straight to the tray area which is covered by a…Continue

Tags: Rider, Long, 720, Nissan

Engine Swaps??

Started this discussion. Last reply by Steve g May 29, 2013. 23 Replies

Hi 720 fans,                Is it possible to fit an SR20DET in a 720 or is it only the KA24DE that is the most feasible and bang for the buck  engine swap, I would really like the SR20 to fit as I…Continue

Hard Clutch

Started this discussion. Last reply by Diego Cuesta Dec 14, 2012. 3 Replies

Hi 720 fans,      I have always had a stiff clutch on the Nissan and a lot of mechanics have worked on it as well and a lot have tried to ease the amount of pressure on your leg when depressing it,…Continue


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What is the main reason you'd like to join 720World? (dont just say "because I own a 720", if you do this you will not be approved)
I used to be a member of the old site and I just found you guys again, I own an 84 KC 4x4, parts and help for my ride are getting slim, so the site will help me keep my baby ( Island Hopper) running for many years to come.
What is your profession? (not required, just if you want to share your knowledge)
Streetcar Operator
About Me:
I'm a lover of all types of classic vehicles as I also own a 1969 Pontiac Trans Am tribute. I love to drive on and off road and love to camp also.
How many 720's or other Nissan trucks do you own? What years and types?
I own one 720 which is an 84 KC 4x4
What modifications have you done to your truck(s)
I have lifted it with a 3 in susp. lift and a 3 in body lift, 33 in tires and the engine has the Weber conv. and a cam and Pace Setter headers.
What modifications do you still plan to do to your truck(s)
I plan to do an SR20DET swap or a KA24DET swap and a possible SAS.
How many miles would you travel to attend an all 720 truck meet?
as far as needed

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At 5:00pm on January 15, 2015, TigerRacing said…

Hi Chris, thanks very much for your support and donation to 720World, I really appreciate it.

At 6:11pm on December 2, 2012, Steve g said…

Hey Chris,

 Yeah i thought that was you.....

 Your truck (back in 2006 or so i think) was my inspiration for running 33s. Whenever i googled "nissan 720 4x4" your truck popped up in the images...

   As for the torsion bar cranking.... If your truck has never been re-indexed then here is what you do (what i did).... Buy your lift A-arms or BJ spacers because it will determine your maximum lift and still retain an alignment You will also need to buy longer shocks... Make sure all bushings and steering parts are in top shape.

 So with your front shocks removed... jack up the front end and then loosen up the torsion bar adjusting bolts till there is no pressure on the components anymore.... Pull (this can be a real pain sometimes) the t-bar out of the lower control arm and rotate the bar JUST ONE COG! Slide back in..... now when you re-attach the adjusting bar bolt it will be threadding at the very tip of the bolt because the arm is about 2" down from where it was before... now crank the bars up leaving about 1" of adjustment.... let the truck down, drive it around the block and see what it needs,,, more lift? then tighten the bolts more! when happy and camber is reasonable, bring it to alignment.

 if your suspension is in good shape and you have a smart alignment guy then you will get a true 3" of lift from stock.... now if you have already cranked the t-bars up you will only get about an additional 1.5" after re-index.



 If you need anything let me know... I have alot of stuff. HAHA


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