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Bumper hitch ratings

Started this discussion. Last reply by adam May 30, 2011. 4 Replies


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Daniel Salas commented on adam's photo


"Oh my gosh thats the scariest thing to look at haha did you ever fix that rust?"
May 31, 2014
Tj Fitterer replied to adam's discussion Floors
"Do u still have that cab oh crap 2011"
Nov 22, 2013
Alex Trejo replied to adam's discussion Lifting Front end 2WD
"What if the spindles of a 4wd are used? Will this lift the front end without loosing alignment?"
Jun 28, 2011
adam replied to adam's discussion Bumper hitch ratings
"Ah thanks a lot. I'm getting a ton of stone tomorrow. Last time I got it in two half ton loads, even though my friend swears he got two tons of stone in the past. A half ton is about the max I'll put in the bed."
May 30, 2011
Tagdot replied to adam's discussion Bumper hitch ratings
May 30, 2011
channing replied to adam's discussion Bumper hitch ratings
"Mine said 2000lbs towing and 200lbs tongue weight for my 82 4x4. I put a receiver style frame hitch on and polyurethane bushings in the leaf springs and that really firmed the flexing in the rear with a heavy load. The real limitation to towing with…"
May 30, 2011
adam replied to adam's discussion Bumper hitch ratings
"Don't all reply at once now.... ;)"
May 30, 2011
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Bumper hitch ratings

I have a 1985 720 king cab. I forget what the bumper hitch rating is per the vehicle manual.What's the official hitch rating?And what is the maximum rating? My friend said he towed two tons of stone in a utility trailer hooked up to the bumper hutch of an 85 king cab. Idk if I'd try that though. See More
May 27, 2011
adam replied to adam's discussion Floors
"I actually wouldn't mind a bit of a drive. I have to take a business trip soon. I actually work in the scrap metal business and I have some exotic metals that the local guys don't buy. I plan on being on the road for about a week or…"
Apr 15, 2011
adam replied to adam's discussion Floors
"Your welds are better than anything I could ever dream of doing with my flux core 110v welder. Although they say it's the "welder not the welder" (the person not the machine) that makes the difference ;)"
Apr 15, 2011
Sealik replied to adam's discussion Floors
"Good job.....:)"
Apr 15, 2011
DatSoon replied to adam's discussion Floors
"In case you decide to dig in, this is what you're up against.  Welding new material to the old thin rusty metal is a pain..http://bit.ly/hnQy4w"
Apr 15, 2011
kelly replied to adam's discussion Floors
"that is only 14 hours away ;-) lol"
Apr 9, 2011
adam replied to adam's discussion Floors
"thanks! something doesnt seem right though. Maybe it's not just the pans, maybe the wheel well? idk what the part is called in guess it's just called the wheel well. It looks like it was welded to the front of the floor originally."
Apr 9, 2011
adam replied to adam's discussion Floors
"bethlehem, pa. Right next to NJ."
Apr 9, 2011
kelly replied to adam's discussion Floors
"where are you located? I have a cab from an 84' that i need to get rid of, the only rust i have seen was on the back of the cab. . ."
Apr 8, 2011

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CNC Operator/ Programmer
About Me:
My work career came to an abrupt halt a few weeks ago when I was forced to take a leave of absence after my dad had an emergency medical problem. Since he lives some 400 miles away, (i'm in PA he's in VA) i ad to take time off work so I could get down there enough to help him out. In the meantime I'm a stay-at-home-dad to a busy 2 year old girl. It's hard work!!

I work in Manufacturing Engineering. I have a baby girl and a beautiful wife.

I am a A2 Sheet Metal Worker, Senior Fabricator, Head CNC Punch Operator, Head of CNC Programming.

I'm open for questions and to help you out.
How many 720's or other Nissan trucks do you own? What years and types?
I own one 1985 king cab
What modifications have you done to your truck(s)
NGKR Spark plugs. 7.5MM wires, new ignition coils, distributor cap, rotor, rear shocks.

Current project: Make huge holes in floors not so huge...

I'm thinking about upgrading from NGK-R to the NGK GP plugs.
I only ever put one of the new ignition coils in, so I guess i have to get the other in there soon.
How many miles would you travel to attend an all 720 truck meet?

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At 7:19pm on November 21, 2009, Tagdot said…
Those came stock when I bought the truck in 1985, I have seen stock fender flares on ebay for $50 to $60 for a complete set of 4
At 12:17am on February 21, 2009, NIEZ 720 said…
thanks for the comment on the engine bay... yeah all original. Im probabaly just gonna add headers,clutch and maybe upgrade the carb in the future, for now its running strong.
At 3:09am on February 19, 2009, Doug said…
it's not legal in ca either but i still rock it ha. there 15 inch steel wheels with 31 inch mud terrains
At 8:56pm on February 16, 2009, gcmesa said…
Multi-layer steel.
At 4:16pm on February 13, 2009, gcmesa said…
Hey Adam, Doug Thorley makes a good header for our trucks. I actually have on for sale for $300 but that is because its ceramic coated. I need to build a bigger header for full race application that is why I mentioned before about the header flange. I am not sure what Grafoil is but give me some time to read-up on it and I'll let you know. I appreciate the offer. Got to run. -greg
At 8:24pm on February 10, 2009, gcmesa said…
Well, like i said if you are getting spark at the cap and none at the plugs then either the wires are bad or the plugs are fouled. Buy some new plugs like I mentioned 2 messages ago and some new wires; both are tune-up items anyway. Then try firing-up. Those wires and plugs are probably crazy only anyway. Good luck Man, let me know what happen. -greg
At 5:39pm on February 10, 2009, gcmesa said…
Hey Adam, if you are absolutely positive that you are getting spark at the cap but are not getting spark at the plugs then logically the wires are the problem. I highly doubt that the coils are the problem because the coils sends the power to the rotor and the rotor distributes it. First, this is something a lot of people over look, make sure when you are checking the plugs for spark that metal of the plug is touching a mental ground. Most people just plug it into the wire and let it sit on the valve cover and crank over the truck to check spark. Be sure the metal electrode of the plug is touching a piece of metal or the spark won't arc.

If you are able to get a spark write back to me. There is a very common problem with 720s that deals with the fuel pump relay that has symptoms like you are describing. But lets eliminate the spark problem first and then move on.
At 9:12pm on February 9, 2009, gcmesa said…
"There are all kinds of minor parts that are worn and leaking slowly, and those add up."

I meant major parts with minor leaks that will add up.
At 9:09pm on February 9, 2009, gcmesa said…
Hey Adam, you are on the right track by first tuning-up your truck to bring it back up to par. Get some new spark plugs for sure. I like NGKs and Denso brands and if you can afford the NGK Iridiums I like those! Do a fresh set of spark plug wires and also do a oil change with some good oil (if you are not burning oil, since you said "things are falling apart" i don't know if that is included) I recommend Royal Purple or Mobil 1 10w30. One thing I have also found to make a difference is to adjust/check the valve lash back to factory spec. Check your service manual. You might also want to work on your carburetion. Buy a couple bottles of carb cleaner and clean the hell out of inside and outside of the carb. You could also do a little upgrade with a Weber 32/36, or Weber 38 they can be found all over the net for pretty cheap; don't forget the adapter. Let know how things go Man, :) if you lived in Vegas i'd come over and give a hand.

You might want to start thinking of maybe a fresh head job and head gasket replacement. There are all kinds of minor parts that are worn and leaking slowly, and those add up. The good thing is that all the upgrades I mentioned above will only help after you do the head stuff. Let me know what is going on and I can walk you through stuff before you talk to a machinist.

I will write you later about some question and recommendations I need from you concerning learning CAD and maybe asking you to make a header flange for me. I have to run now. Good luck Man -greg

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