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#7281 ONLINE   Astrorami

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Posted 12 June 2018 - 07:53 PM

Okay, that’s totally different than I was thinking. If you go to my RainGoat Instagram & look at the 2nd & 3rd postings you’ll see Alex’s truck with the conduit clamps holding it on. He used furs coat to make them black. TownDawgR50 also used the galvanized conduit clamps for his rack but it was off on that trip.


It’s hard to really see how there are mounted. I sort of have an idea in my head though. Here is what I made:

I started with the 1”
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Then went 2”
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How it’s sitting right now. I am not 100% satisfied with the fitment. The weird angle is making the bolts go in also at an angle. I wish I had the tools to slot the hole a bit.
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Posted 12 June 2018 - 08:14 PM

I really need to fix my AC.

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Posted 13 June 2018 - 06:34 AM

(yesterday) I went to a machine shop and ordered three adapters for putting my Vg30e pulley on the VG33E crankshaft, since I cannot source a Mr.510 adapter or part number 1230312G03. I will have two extras in a few weeks, with pictures to follow. I had been researching the swap before my 30 blew but I hadn't realized it was so hard to get the part. Anyone doing this swap, if you want to run your old accessory setup you will need an adapter. I should have taken the pulleys to a shop two weeks ago instead of trying to get one that Mr.510 made. That being said, I much rather would have one of his because I have utmost respect for him and his work with the wd21. I would like to support a fellow wd21 owner and onetime forum member though he evidently went quiet well before I bought a Nissan. I understand he was unwell, and I sincerely hope that he is doing better. Mr.510, wherever you are, I am thinking of you. Respect.

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Posted 13 June 2018 - 06:58 PM

What year is your QX4? I wonder if my 2002 would be eligible...

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Posted 20 June 2018 - 07:26 PM

Installed rear springs,shocks and r sway bar bushings. Also refurbished the rear end while I had most of what holds it to the car disconnected. The wire brush was my best friend LOL during this project. I also got new tires today. Well I had the tires I purchased them back in April but wanted to wait till I got all my suspension changed out before I put them on this thing rides like a Cadillac. #97JR50Queycfde59f54f32465cfab87fa40d58e703.jpg71247ff74eea19e1c098bb6da0d9d568.jpg09ad5db6bb41129a216f06d1a9ab04f2.jpg59c44ab1d5c00979f0ae1cc223ae4454.jpgf5c8f457dbd29c37c4ccac5c3dcf34f6.jpgde6ccd534e7da629d4c4d02670d9d72b.jpgc8d0e8f079f7818bf6360b0b8644e9fb.jpgdb46467bddacf39f809134438051758e.jpg0261455b1edeeaea40e9dc4a537b8386.jpg

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