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  1. I presume you realize the spanners are imperial (inch) in size, not the metric for the S30, so won't fit?
  2. View Advert S30 Calendar clock or called 1 knob rally clock This is known as a calendar clock, or sometimes known as a 1 knob rally clock. No, it doesn't come with an ossillator, the 2 knob rally clock does. For me, its a calendar clock. As you see, the face is different than the stock clock, has a orange second hand and its got the date next to the 3. These were standard on some of the JDM market models, and an option in other markets. I think this is part number 27390-N4500. There is a NOS, in the box one on a vendors webiste for $1100. I picked thi
  3. This advert is COMPLETED!

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    This is known as a calendar clock, or sometimes known as a 1 knob rally clock. No, it doesn't come with an ossillator, the 2 knob rally clock does. For me, its a calendar clock. As you see, the face is different than the stock clock, has a orange second hand and its got the date next to the 3. These were standard on some of the JDM market models, and an option in other markets. I think this is part number 27390-N4500. There is a NOS, in the box one on a vendors webiste for $1100. I picked this up a while ago, its used. No, I haven't tried to see if it works, I could do more damage. So, I advise this is sold for restoration, or at least it needs looked at by someone who knows about these things, e.g. Ron at Zclocks, who restored my calendar clock. Therefore sold as is. Condition, looks good, the knob is there, which is a big plus, as they sometimes can be missing, lens isn't got any major scratches or haziness. The outer lip isn't badly damaged. Someone before me has damaged the screws that hold the bracket at the rear, heads all messed up, but that is minor. If my memory serves me, the wiring pins are for the 260z/280z in whatever market, not the 240z. I would consider making up a short sub-harness to overcome any connection issues if you wanted this and it's not a direct fit (or change the wiring/block at restoration). It will fit into a 240z dash, just the wiring pins differ. Also, to fit this in the dash correctly, there is a different fixing strap, its slightly longer as the calendar clock is deeper than the standard clock. Not by much, I just elongated the hole in the strap I had. Price is $250 or very close to. Shipping USA is about $35.50 tracked. Europe is about $22, tracked. Can't be many S30's in North America with a calendar clock. Drop me a PM to discuss.

    $250.00

  4. Is it the shafts that are worn, or the brass bushing? I ask as the shafts are steel (hard) while the bearing is brass and softer. Have you measured the shaft dia against somewhere else on the shaft that isn't in contact with anything to wear the dia down to gather what dia has been lost? Just trying to see what is going on.
  5. Its the same for the UK market cars, maybe a Europe thing.
  6. Yes, for sale, I was trying to confirm what I had before seeing if I could sell, Pm me.... if not they will be listed on my website.
  7. I found some, what I think, are some NOS parts for the Bluebird P510 here in the UK. Some confirmation from someone with more 510 knowledge than me would be great. The first, does look correct, as the part number lines up with carpartsmanual.com site, being up to 07/'68; The second NOS part came without an original Nissan box, but looks very much like the fuse box advertised here (25410-A8625) ; https://datnissparts.com/x-niles-fuse-box-70-71-datsun-510-2-wire-feed-fb24d-replaces-25410-a4901-25410-a8610-25410-a8615-25410-a8625/ The last a side front i
  8. Thanks both. Yes, totally aware the synchros (servo and Warner) and associated bits don't interchange. Just in a fog of parts for what I had looked at so far (as most on-line info covers the Warner synchro box), and needed some help seeing the end of the tunnel. Already have the synchro rings which is the getting harder parts to find.
  9. I have been putting a list together of gearbox bearings I could need (for FS5C71B). It looks like the FS5W71B, FS5C71B and FS5C71A and the F4W71B all share nearly all the same Nissan part numbers give or take (e.g. 4 speed no bearings on overdrive). My question, or point me in the direction of a previous post, is what are the part numbers for the bearing in there generic form, eg. Timken 6205? There are a few gearbox rebuild threads, but I haven't seen any bearing info. Thanks Ian
  10. And a couple of gauges, looks like OM22 in the catalogue above and VCM22 repectively (both currently on Yahoo); VCM22
  11. Whilst having a browse on Yahoo Japan, I came across a Kanto Seiki gauge, which made me have a look to see if there was anything else. Some pictures to go with the info Alan has provided above; This auction had finished, only went for 6800Yen. And this auction which is currently current;
  12. Nice. When the "foot" faces in, as with the M8 coach bolts I got from a hardware store ( where d1 was 20mm) meant the "hoop and rivet") made getting the bolt into the square hole impossible. Machining 1mm means a fit.
  13. Hi Nils, Yes, the part number is for the S30. All I am showing (on a different but related tangent) is the DS11 is clearly marked on the pads (and ties in with the DS11 on the paperwork). I am adding nothing regards any documentation regards MK63 manuals. That's why the post was "just for interest".
  14. Just for interest, in Alan's photo of the Nissan documentation, you see brake pad material listed, here you see it clearly on the pad (in this case DS11);
  15. I have a guesstimate of what the 20S is, but I am know doubt wrong, so I will shut up....but on the cutting of the backing plates, I followed Jerry's pictures, then mocked up my backing plates and calipers to make a template (off the car). I haven't cut them yet, got side tracked. I could be wrong here, but the MK63 was on quite a few models on Nissans (Prince's?) before the S30 came out, so could it be classed as a "generic" part, which just so happened bolted on, and/or Nissan made provision at design stage? Interested what Alan has to say.
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