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FYI .... Yamaha use the EXACT same nut to hold the wheel hub and axle together in the 2004 Yamaha Grizzly ATV. I bet it's the same on other Yamaha models.
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R200 Differential Rebuild Part Numbers from Nissan

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Cmac wrote:1987 Nissan R200 seals and Bearings thanks to Chad at Chico Nissan for ensuring they are the right bits.

1 Front seal C8189-N3100
1 Ft Ball bearing 38335-N3220
1 rear roller bearing 38120-06P10
1 mid roller bearing 38120-1320A
2 Side roller bearing 38440-N3111
2 Side seals 38342-N3100
1 Rear cover GKT 38320-N3111
2 Axle Clips 38225-N3100

There is a later style Axle clip that I have not found the part number for it stays on the stub axle were as the part number listed is installed in the diff. center / LSD
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All below is still available from nissan as of 3/15

Plastic breather 5 speed Z transmission
38322-78000

280zx glove box lock knob(keyed) fits 1970-73 datsun 510 glove box door
68630-P0101

Revised OEM stainless wiper blades for 510 still available from nissan look better than original factory blades.
B6360-A4625 x (2)

Arm rest for B210 fit 510
80940-K1002 x (2)

wiper shaft boots
28890-E4100

placed order
Code Item Qty Price Grand Total
26410-29R01 Lamp-Room Asmy
1 $26.15 $26.15
38322-78000 Breather
1 $1.66 $1.66
27035-21000 Grommet-Heater
2 $0.49 $0.98
65158-A0600 Bumper-Hood
2 $1.84 $3.68
65157-A0600 Bumper-Hood
2 $1.45 $2.90
82865-21010 Rubber
4 $0.83 $3.32
80840-21001 Cover-Drain
6 $1.50 $9.00
B6360-A4625 Blade Asmy-Wind
2 $11.66 $23.32

Subtotal: $71.01
Tax: $0.00
Shipping Cost: $15.81
Grand Total: $86.82
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L16 Oil Dip Stick tube

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Part Number 15146-21002

Also reffered to as a;

GUIDE-DIPSTICK

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11061-P0300 HOUSING THERMO LOWER $23.60
25251-37700 NUT (Secures the Temp sender) $3.11

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Re: Part Numbers

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More goodness... When resealing 510 steering gear box, use Timken 24x35x7 metric seal (summit racing has them)for lower pitman arm shaft. The upper seal is still available from Nissan. Still trying to find the oring...
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Fidanza L16,18,20B Aluminum Flywheels with 200mm clutch

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Yellowcar wrote:200 MM Fidanza aluminium flywheel for a 6 bolt l series crank (L20 TO Z24)
fidanza #143121 for a 77-79 200sx with an L20b (use with roadster clutch and PP)
OK, I needed to add a little revision to this previous post from only a few days ago :-)

I've called Fidanza this past week as my shop mate needed a friction kit for his, and my old 5 bolt L16/18 Fidanza flywheel. paul was concerned as there is no listing for the part in Fidanza's catalog anymore, and even wondered if his flywheel is a Fidanza unit - the later to soon be confirmed. I'm not sure if anyone else ever made an aluminum flywheel for the L16/L18.

Anyways, updated as follows;

PN 143121 - L20B 200mm clutch, 6 bolt flywheel, still in stock as of today
PN 143451 - L16/18 200mm clutch, 5 bolt flywheel, still in stock even though it's no longer in the Fidanza catalog online

Friction kits (come with bolts);
PN 228001 - 200mm dia,16 bolt, in stock - $55 from Summit
PN 228001-20 200mm dia, 20 bolt used prior to 2004, in stock

Currently Fidanza will not sell direct, so you need to go through a dealer like Summit, Jegs, Lordco ect.

Fidanza can be reached at 440-259-5656 and their catalog is here - https://fidanza.com/wp-content/uploads/ ... a-2017.pdf

The lady I talked with said they would continue to make these components for our old Datsuns as there are still requests, and as long as Fidanza can continue to source the ring gears for the flywheels.

So it's good news that the applications most of need are still available.

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Re: Fidanza L16,18,20B Aluminum Flywheels with 200mm clutch

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Byron510 wrote:
Yellowcar wrote:200 MM Fidanza aluminium flywheel for a 6 bolt l series crank (L20 TO Z24)
fidanza #143121 for a 77-79 200sx with an L20b (use with roadster clutch and PP)
OK, I needed to add a little revision to this previous post from only a few days ago :-)

I've called Fidanza this past week as my shop mate needed a friction kit for his, and my old 5 bolt L16/18 Fidanza flywheel. paul was concerned as there is no listing for the part in Fidanza's catalog anymore, and even wondered if his flywheel is a Fidanza unit - the later to soon be confirmed. I'm not sure if anyone else ever made an aluminum flywheel for the L16/L18.

Anyways, updated as follows;

PN 143121 - L20B 200mm clutch, 6 bolt flywheel, still in stock as of today
PN 143451 - L16/18 200mm clutch, 5 bolt flywheel, still in stock even though it's no longer in the Fidanza catalog online

Friction kits (come with bolts);
PN 228001 - 200mm dia,16 bolt, in stock - $55 from Summit
PN 228001-20 200mm dia, 20 bolt used prior to 2004, in stock

Currently Fidanza will not sell direct, so you need to go through a dealer like Summit, Jegs, Lordco ect.

Fidanza can be reached at 440-259-5656 and their catalog is here - https://fidanza.com/wp-content/uploads/ ... a-2017.pdf

The lady I talked with said they would continue to make these components for our old Datsuns as there are still requests, and as long as Fidanza can continue to source the ring gears for the flywheels.

So it's good news that the applications most of need are still available.

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Is it possible you have a Tilton flywheel? Fidanza typically has their name and part number etched on the back side of the wheel. You know you can get the disk resurfaced without removing it. I had it done on one i used to run on my LZ2.2 cost me like $30 easy $$
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Re: Part Numbers

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It’s possible that this is a Tilton, not sure if there were other brands made. But there are no PN’s etched which Fidanza said there would be if it was theirs.
We'll find out shortly if the Fidanza friction plate will work.
Resurfacing wasn’t an option, a ceramic puck type friction disc was used and it chewed the surface right down to the screw heads. I suggested to Paul, for the output that this motor has, to simply use a stock Roadster Nissan disc in the future. It’ll just be easier on things.

Thanks Lou. I’ll let you all know how it goes.

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Can you guys find me the part number for the steering shaft?
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Re: Fidanza L16,18,20B Aluminum Flywheels with 200mm clutch

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Byron510 wrote:
Yellowcar wrote:200 MM Fidanza aluminium flywheel for a 6 bolt l series crank (L20 TO Z24)
fidanza #143121 for a 77-79 200sx with an L20b (use with roadster clutch and PP)
OK, I needed to add a little revision to this previous post from only a few days ago :-)

I've called Fidanza this past week as my shop mate needed a friction kit for his, and my old 5 bolt L16/18 Fidanza flywheel. paul was concerned as there is no listing for the part in Fidanza's catalog anymore, and even wondered if his flywheel is a Fidanza unit - the later to soon be confirmed. I'm not sure if anyone else ever made an aluminum flywheel for the L16/L18.

Anyways, updated as follows;

PN 143121 - L20B 200mm clutch, 6 bolt flywheel, still in stock as of today
PN 143451 - L16/18 200mm clutch, 5 bolt flywheel, still in stock even though it's no longer in the Fidanza catalog online


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Byron I had installed a Fidanza aluminum flywheel on my car back when it still had the L16. I think Robyn has it now. I can look back and try to find the part number.
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if its marked I can go looking for #s
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Re: Part Numbers

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Byron510 wrote: 02 Dec 2012 22:53 Under hood heater hoses alternatives to OEM;

Dayco 87630 - the hose behind the cylinder head with 2X 90 degree bends. Original application is a 2000 Dodge Stratus or 1992 Eagle Premier

Dayco 80403 - the longer one from the rad inlet to the heater core. The original application is a 1999 to 2012 Chev Silverado 1500. This hose should also work for automatics, but I haven't tried it to prove the application.
Last weekend we had a really cool project in my shop going on for Richard, but I’ll get into that elsewhere. We needed heater hoses for his project, and it turns out the Dayco numbers above were no longer available, and for some reason the local parts mass distributor - Lordco - could not cross reference the correct hoses. I did it myself online and then ordered and was a bit taken back at the costs of $25 and $30 a piece. It was more than I remember - Inflation maybe...
So later on in the weekend we needed to do another parts run, and given the run a round earlier at Lordco, I tried my usually more trusty friends at T&T Autoparts. Through their warehouse they were not only able to correctly cross reference the correct hoses to their brand (Continental), the total costs for both hoses was the same as one of the hoses charged at Lordco.

Anyways, a long winded story to update these part numbers
63103 for the short, 2x 90 degree hose behind the head
63819 for the longer hose from the water inlet at the side of the front cover to the firewall.
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The longer hose in the photo doesn’t look correct at first, but when straightened out the 90 degree at one end makes a perfectly formed bump around the water inlet fitting at the Rear of the cylinder head.
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Thanks for that info Byron. I discovered last week that I needed a new 2x90 hose for behind the head. I've ordered a new one based on your numbers.
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WxMan wrote: 05 Jul 2020 11:06 Thanks for that info Byron. I discovered last week that I needed a new 2x90 hose for behind the head. I've ordered a new one based on your numbers.
The one we picked up, has two different sizes - 5/8” mostly. The one end tapers down to the right size before the elbow, and should be okay for the head 90° elbow. Be sure to double check and trim/for accordingly.
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