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Re: Header and oil cooler canister info

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Good to see you are making progress!
"When all else fails, force prevails!" Ummm, we're gonna need a bigger hammer here.

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Re: Header and oil cooler canister info

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Used a strong magnet to hold hopefully most of metal shavings on L as cut off plus plenty of rags. Hope to have running by upcoming weekend. Will try to have done enough to use at Mt Equinox Hill climb with VSCCA in August. Still have to get side BRE exhaust recreated.

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Re: Header and oil cooler canister info

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gtrbg wrote:
Sun Jun 28, 2020 8:44 am
Slowly getting the Datsun U20 back on the road. DatsunRestoration Parts (Lynn and Jim) have been great supplying parts, answering my sometimes dumb questions, and hopefully keeping me from making mistakes.

Removed the evil L and added spacers.

Thank you for the shout out, glad your L surgery went well! Looking good! J
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