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Aluminum Drums, Door Handles, Trim, More

Post by okayfine » 30 Apr 2015 09:41

Clearing out some shelf space.




7-Door handles. Great condition door handles. Bought as a two-door pair, should work on front doors of four-doors as well. $50.
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Other bits and bobs. I have pictures of all this, so just ask. Can only put so many pictures in one post.


10-Early LCA bushings, 2 new, 3 serviceable, with washers and bolts. $20.

11-Air vent pair, good chrome, includes one dash holder piece, one window winder. $25.

12-Electric Ignition grab bag. 3 OE black boxes, various weights and springs, 3 OE black box plugs and wires, 2 pickup coils, 2 reluctors, 2 stators, one advance plate, one cap. $50.
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14-1 pair of finned aluminum drums. In good to great shape, no missing fins. $75.
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15-OEM motor mount. Original height, rubber in good shape. $15.

16-ZX turn signal switch and wiring. Supposedly enables easy switching to the ZX intermittent wipers. $10.

17-Honda rearview mirror. Bolts to 510 shell. Larger mirror, more substantial construction, day/night lever. $20.






20-Upper and lower front door hinges, good not great shape (lower hinge does not have the spring). $25.

21-L20B MT flywheel bolts. $20.









Various other bits like: hood latch support piece, OE trans isolator, OE wiper arms (no blades), pair of hood support mechanisms, late dash HVAC panel + light/wiper knobs + glove box badge, set of new plug wires, set of three Fram OE fuel filters. Make offers.

All prices plus shipping from 91320, shipping USPS for small stuff or UPS for large stuff. Questions, lemme know.
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Re: KA Trans, T25, Rear Crossmember, SUs, and Parts Galore

Post by zKars » 30 Apr 2015 10:42

Oooohhh... Excellent.

I'll take a #13 and a #22 please. With extra cheese. thin crust.

Shipping will be slow ground postal to Western Canada Postal code T1Y2V2. Paypal at the ready!

Get me at z240@shaw.ca is best.

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Post by okayfine » 30 Apr 2015 11:36

E-mailed, Jim.
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Post by S15DET » 30 Apr 2015 12:11

Dang, just the ones I was wanting.
I'm considering #5, but I'll let you know.

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Re: KA Trans, T25, Rear Crossmember, SUs, and Parts Galore

Post by abisel » 30 Apr 2015 15:50

Number 3 please. Rear crossmember

Wouldn't mind a stock front crossmember too.

Both with all mounting hardware if available.

Can you email me some pictures?

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Post by toylet » 30 Apr 2015 17:07

What mods will it take to bolt that KA trans to a L20b engine

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Post by okayfine » 30 Apr 2015 17:08

PM me an e-mail and I can get pictures of #3. I also have a bag of mounting hardware. We can figure something out.
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Post by okayfine » 30 Apr 2015 17:11

toylet wrote:What mods will it take to bolt that KA trans to a L20b engine
Does bolt to the L20B already. I had this trans behind my L20B. Only problem is that the KA trans (like the NAPS-Z trans) is rotated about 15° clockwise (when looking at the back of the engine).

You could mount it like that and run it, only some small fitment issues to deal with (crossmember, clutch slave rubber line needs to be longer). Or you can find an L-series bellhousing and get it machined to take the bigger 71C bearings. datzenmike has a writeup somewhere on what and where needs to be done.

I ran it rotated.
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Re: KA Trans, T25, Rear Crossmember, SUs, and Parts Galore

Post by James » 30 Apr 2015 19:30

I'm in for #6, #18, #19, a fuel filter and gas pedal.
PM me an amount with shipping to 92651.
Thanks, James
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Post by okayfine » 30 Apr 2015 19:58

Hey James, I'll get it boxed and a quote to you.
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Re: KA Trans, T25, Rear Crossmember, SUs, and Parts Galore

Post by missan » 30 Apr 2015 22:29

hi iam looking for a 69 heater shroud, the one which has the flapper door and you can see it just under the dash with the two vents . The '69 is different than the 70-73 because it has the linkage for the flapper door on the left side where as the 70-73 has them on the right side. Please PM me if you have one. Thanks
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Post by okayfine » 01 May 2015 08:40

Mandeep, here's what I have for the early heater box:
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Post by okayfine » 01 May 2015 08:42

Brad, found what should be the metal portion of the '69 glove box, and the hinge. May also have a Bluebird Deluxe badge off Whitebird. Shoot me an offer for the whole kit-n-kaboodle if you're interested.
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Re: KA Trans, T25, Rear Crossmember, SUs, and Parts Galore

Post by missan » 01 May 2015 10:12

Yes thats what im looking for that is the correct flapper door and the plastic shroud that goes with it. I dont need the heater box and the top cover but need the rest. Would you happen to have the rubber hoses that mount up to the under dash vents. Please let me know how much it is shipped to Canada Thanks again. Mandeep

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Re: KA Trans, T25, Rear Crossmember, SUs, and Parts Galore

Post by Eric P » 01 May 2015 18:25

Anyone know the ratios on this trans? And how it compares strength-wise and size wise to a Z 5-speed?

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