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MaxChlan

Member Since 13 Aug 2016
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In Topic: Oops, I did it again!

Yesterday, 04:17 PM

Interesting that in 1984 it appears you didn't automatically get a trip odometer... or was it an option? You would certainly expect that an ‘MPG‘ model would have a trip odometer, if they were available. My guess is they were ‘new for ‘85!‘.

 

 

According to my little book of Nissan Trucks from 1984, the only trucks that came with a trip odometer standard were the King Cab XE (2wd), ST, and all 4x4's. 


In Topic: Max's 1986 Nissan 720 King Cab 4x4

Yesterday, 01:41 PM

Update: Replaced all three belts on my vehicle and another tensioner pulley. I do not think a write-up is necessary, but because it was my first time it took me a fair amount of time to do it; maybe two hours in total to change the three belts, the pulley, and change the oil. 


In Topic: 720 Part # Thread

Yesterday, 01:38 PM

Here are part numbers for all of the belts:

Air Conditioning (innermost): Duralast 15365

Alternator and fan belt (second): Duralast 17335

Power Steering (outermost): Duralast 17465

 

All of these are V-belts. 


In Topic: Max's 1986 Nissan 720 King Cab 4x4

Yesterday, 05:21 AM

Yes sir! It's a must have for the brutally humid late summer days in Minnesota. 

You have A/C? Nice option. 


In Topic: Max's 1986 Nissan 720 King Cab 4x4

26 May 2017 - 07:24 PM

Maybe the 3rd is for A/C compressor?

Ding Ding Ding! After further inspection, that is what I lost.