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Nissan chatter Not quite a Toyota….but we are trying

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Old 05-12-2011, 10:57 AM
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the new generation lower links are mad of like 1" poo pipe.
the older ones are like 2" I beam.
BIG difference. and they swap out
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the new generation lower links are mad of like 1" poo pipe.
the older ones are like 2" I beam.
BIG difference. and they swap out

OOOhhh, I had the I-beams to begin with... they're my upper links now .
I can see how it would be a really good idea to get rid of the thin wall pipe for sure...
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Old 05-12-2011, 11:41 AM
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haha dually noted. ill keep an eye out for parts.
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Looks pretty good. ps, tell marc on vm to let me back on
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Old 05-16-2011, 12:22 PM
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bahaha, marc such a whiney basterd, i tried to do buisness a couple times, never again, im surprised that site is still running .
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Old 05-16-2011, 12:34 PM
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i got banned for no reason . I think he thought i was donut_king since i originally made that account but passed it onto teh doucher .
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Weird no one has mentioned the extreme rusting issue of the rear frame? Hows yours?
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Old 05-16-2011, 01:36 PM
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I told him originally to look there. Its only a BIG issue on 94 and 95.
other years had it (but only in areas where they salt the roads) but not nearly as bad.

My 87 and my 89 have NO rust
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hard to tell for rust, doesnt look too bad? no holes or anything. ill take pics tonight.
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behind the rear tire on the frame. just inside the wheel well.
this is the problme area.
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i got banned for no reason . I think he thought i was donut_king since i originally made that account but passed it onto teh doucher .
that sites a joke, Marc is a joke, as funny as it was, its over, went from like 15 cool guys down to 2-3 funny jackasses....
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Old 05-18-2011, 12:45 PM
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update pic, alll cleaned up



ill have a shit ton of photos after the weekend-- im throwing my CB and PA in and 1500watts of bass.
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nice, but please oh please, change the timing belt.. its the ONLY thing that will destroy that engine, and they are only 20 bucks. if you have never done it before it will take about 5-6 hours. I can do it in 2.5

process is
remove fan shroud
remove fan
remove radiator

remove belts and flop alternator and power steering pump to the side
remove cooling hard line
Get an impact and remove the lower damper.. DO NOT remove the small bolts.. just the 1 big one.
get a puller and pull the pully off.
remove timein belt cover
turn engine over til you get all your pully's lined up with the "dots" on the back of the timing belt cover.
the belts will have lines on them, they line up with the dots or punch marks on the cam pully.
The crank pully mark on the engine is impossible to see, so count the teeeth in the belt and make sure you its spot on. teeth count can be found in a service manual.
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Old 05-18-2011, 02:12 PM
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i heard somewhere the 94/95 had a better belt? it was replaced at 150k its at 250 now. cant do it for another week or so
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ALLso i baby the shit out of it, so i hope its not that shitty.
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