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transmission stuck in 4th gear

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tommy Perkins Jan 4. 34 Replies

wtb: OEM 3 spoke sport steering wheel

Started this discussion. Last reply by mazspd6 Feb 15, 2017. 9 Replies

throttle bogs down and fuel sending unit....help!

Started this discussion. Last reply by Tommy Perkins Oct 27, 2016. 30 Replies

 

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mazspd6 replied to Tommy Perkins's discussion OEM FUEL PUMPS
"I got lucky when doing my rebuild and found the last OEM pump (actually in a Nissan box) that Rock Auto had on their site. Generally these OEM pumps are very stout and reliable units.   I made the mistake of getting rid of my original unit…"
Jan 11
Tommy Perkins replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"I don't have a extra plastic piece but many years ago,I bought a new cable there from the dealer,when I would try to switch it from vent to defrost,it wouldn't turn,the end of the cable was bent,ordered a new one and it works,every now and…"
Jan 4
mazspd6 replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"I tried to epoxy the piece back together and even made a small metal backing plate for extra strength, but unfortunately it came apart again. Nissan part lookup shows it is out of production, so no luck their. If any of you has an extra one in…"
Jan 3
mazspd6 replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"I thought about going the pipe wrench route but i didn't want to booger it up anymore than it already is. After work today I went back in and removed the console and the shifter, went much faster this time around and it made me wish i had done…"
Dec 30, 2017
datzenmike replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"See that largish round boss just to the left of the reverse lamp switch? That's where the fill plug goes on this side of the transmission. 280zx are usually on the right side... so yes you can fill up the the level of the reverse switch.…"
Dec 30, 2017
channing replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"Did you go with the c version? I have poured it in the top cover fine. The b version doesn't seem to want to flow. It is amazing how something that half is in oil gets so stuck."
Dec 30, 2017
mazspd6 replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"Hmm, that's a good point.     I know the reverse switch is tucked up so high that it is not accessible but the other one might work...provided it comes out easier than the plug. I looked around online and found some of the guys on…"
Dec 30, 2017
channing replied to mazspd6's discussion transmission stuck in 4th gear
"Any of the switches at the right height? Remove and fill."
Dec 29, 2017

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Truck Driver
About Me:
Like to work on my cars to the point of annoyance to the lazier people around me. Also love to travel with my girlfriend and go to SCCA and Koni Challenge, LeMans, type of racing events.
I Like to camp, hike, bike, pretty much anything outdoors really...and let's not forget about drinking quality beer!!
How many 720's or other Nissan trucks do you own? What years and types?
Only own one 1984 King Cab 4x4 with the Z24 and 5 spd.
What modifications have you done to your truck(s)
Complete urethane bushing and camber correcting A-arm install plus new stereo, sub and amp. Treated the bed myself and also did my own body work and primer/wet sand for the new paint to be done, had to rebuild the front end due to a deer hit from past owner (that's how I bought it) but it only has 135,000 miles on it and runs good.
What modifications do you still plan to do to your truck(s)
Fix the rust on the bed seams or put on a replacement bed and have it painted properly this time around.
How many miles would you travel to attend an all 720 truck meet?
50

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At 2:45pm on February 8, 2013, Mike Cieply said…

well i am not set on the 15, i would like to go to a 31 10.50 15 but if i found those rims at a good price i would get a metric tire size that was equal to it. thanks for the response. i may just stick with my chrome factory steelies, better for off roading,  was considering a alloy to save some weight to offset the bigger tires mass. but we will see

At 6:51pm on September 24, 2009, Skeeter said…
ill kkeep you in mind if they go. i found these on ebay
At 5:39pm on May 14, 2009, Forrest Bentham said…
Hey, I'm looking to install a pair of 5.25" in the kick panels like you have in this picture: http://720world.ning.com/photo/2016119:Photo:4659

Did you to some cutting, or did you just put a spacer between the metal and the speaker? If you cut the metal, did you cut the vertical divider on the left side of the stock 4" hole? If so, did it impact anything? Was anything on the other side of it? I've never installed a stereo before, but I'm excited to learn. I plan on a JVC head unit, 5.25"s in the kickers and 6x9's behind the seat.

Thanks, you can respond to me here or at forrestbentham@gmail.com
At 11:47am on March 13, 2009, scott laine said…
i wouldn't weary about the heater for the carb if your going to replace it with a weber. just buy a weber kit i got mine for 275 on ebay.there really easy to put in what your lookin for is 32/36 weber you can find these on ebay.some are fake ones i put mine in 2 hours now im just tinkering
At 11:01pm on March 10, 2009, scott laine said…
what jet numers do you have
 
 
 

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