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by 510wizard
25 Apr 2017 08:02
Forum: Body & Electrical
Topic: Rear 1/4 Foam
Replies: 3
Views: 58

Re: Rear 1/4 Foam

I would recommend one of the SEM products, such as; https://www.amazon.com/SEM-39357-Flexible-Urethane-Foam/dp/B0014DDGGW/ref=pd_sbs_263_2?_encoding=UTF8&pd_rd_i=B0014DDGGW&pd_rd_r=RWP62DFK0087DDZ8C1J7&pd_rd_w=9cKpm&pd_rd_wg=jncWx&psc=1&refRID=RWP62DFK0087DDZ8C1J7 They also h...
by 510wizard
15 Apr 2017 08:16
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: '69 2-door Daily Fun Car
Replies: 23
Views: 1028

Re: '69 2-door Daily Fun Car

To add, Knipex makes pliers for these clamps, played with them at last years SEMA. Probably not worth it for a few clamps, but I like tools!
by 510wizard
12 Apr 2017 17:16
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: The SSE (Super Sport Estate) Project
Replies: 186
Views: 23576

Re: The SSE (Super Sport Estate) Project

Yeah your winter is much different than this temperate zone. What model of TIG? The closest ski resort to us ( 20 minute drive) has 725" of snow this season. Crazy winter (Glad I have a snow blower) ! I purchased the HTP 221 with all the goodies (Made in Italy by Stel). Has pulse,frequency, sp...
by 510wizard
12 Apr 2017 07:19
Forum: Body & Electrical
Topic: stock 510 tach hooking up to MSD 6 ignition
Replies: 2
Views: 107

Re: stock 510 tach hooking up to MSD 6 ignition

If I remember right, I think that MSD makes a module/adapter for this, call them.
by 510wizard
12 Apr 2017 07:14
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: The SSE (Super Sport Estate) Project
Replies: 186
Views: 23576

Re: The SSE (Super Sport Estate) Project

Nothing new on the SSE, just working on FJ and doing some machine work. I did get a new TIG welder though. Hopefully the weather will soon be getting better, I am sick of winter!
by 510wizard
05 Apr 2017 08:29
Forum: Featured Project Builds
Topic: Ecotec 510
Replies: 113
Views: 14399

Re: Ecotec 510

Very nice!
by 510wizard
04 Apr 2017 07:55
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: The 70 510 project
Replies: 42
Views: 1185

Re: The 70 510 project

You need to get some new connectors from;
http://www.vintageconnections.com

Good stuff!
by 510wizard
22 Mar 2017 08:16
Forum: Featured Project Builds
Topic: USA to Western Australia my two door 510 build
Replies: 276
Views: 19034

Re: USA to Western Australia my two door 510 build

The Fiat colors defiantly have the 70's feel to them. Period correct as they would say.
by 510wizard
22 Mar 2017 08:07
Forum: Project Builds
Topic: Shiny New Dimes
Replies: 88
Views: 38540

Re: Shiny New Dimes

Love that black plate!
by 510wizard
16 Mar 2017 09:06
Forum: Featured Project Builds
Topic: USA to Western Australia my two door 510 build
Replies: 276
Views: 19034

Re: USA to Western Australia my two door 510 build

What color is it ? Custom mix or a stock color ? Looks really nice!
by 510wizard
07 Mar 2017 07:28
Forum: Suspension
Topic: Narrowing rear control arms
Replies: 19
Views: 638

Re: Narrowing rear control arms

I think there are 3 spacer lengths, If I was to do a new rear control arm, I would go with a late model bolt on wheel hub assy. that contains the wheel flange,bearings and mount as an assy. No more messing with preload spacers.
by 510wizard
22 Feb 2017 09:25
Forum: Non PL510 Projects
Topic: Project Sacrilege: '55 Chevy with Japanese twist.
Replies: 7
Views: 264

Re: Project Sacrilege: '55 Chevy with Japanese twist.

What did you pay for the 55, if you don't mind me asking? I have a 56 station wagon that was my Grandfather's, that been in storage for 50 years, that I am going to sell this summer.
by 510wizard
18 Feb 2017 08:12
Forum: Not Datsun/Nissan related?
Topic: 1968 Vintage Mini-Bike
Replies: 6
Views: 252

Re: 1968 Vintage Mini-Bike

Love those mini bikes, remember the ad's in back pages of Popular Mechanics growing up!
by 510wizard
01 Feb 2017 08:46
Forum: Introductions
Topic: Newbie from Vegas
Replies: 4
Views: 184

Re: Newbie from Vegas

Hello, from the northern part of the state.
by 510wizard
09 Jan 2017 08:14
Forum: Powertrain
Topic: l20b eating bearings?
Replies: 14
Views: 451

Re: l20b eating bearings?

To add, I would pull the galley plugs and use rifle cleaning brushes through all the oil feed holes and the main galley, you might find some obstruction and will take one other thing off the list.

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