Posted by MikeRL411
on 15 November 2017 - 05:28 PM
If you were going on a killing rampage, would you take an AR15 or a garand? Come on man these a very clear difference.
The 2nd amendment does not define what constitutes "A well armed militia". In 1789 there was no national guard, many townships had no official police force and guns were ball and powder. The writers of this amendment were putting the responsibility of protection in the hands of the states and the individual. They had no idea were gun technology would go.
The 2nd amendment says "a well regulated militia" not well armed. To my mind "well regulated" means what recruits used to spend a full day on the firing range with their firearms. Regulating your firearm means learning to adjust the sights, stock fit and your mental attitude so that you can shoot straight! [Not the today point and spray attitude.]
Posted by MikeRL411
on 06 November 2017 - 11:05 PM
No i can assure you she genuinely thinks Datsuns are stupid.. She's a Toyota lover ,,, she owns 2 76 celicas and a 87 and 88 turbo supra............. All broken down of course,,, but that doesn't matter to her at all
My wife hated my 1967 RL411 until I pointed out that that was the car I used to get the parts to fix her "good cars", then she noticed that it was the only car that her 4 foot 11 inch body really fit into! She has since agreed with my tongue in cheek description of it as "The cutest car in the world."
Starter? Yes, from a non roadster engine. Fits into the roadster but not the R1600 family as installed in the RL411 and WRL411. The R series engines in the 411 family need a solenoid rotated about 30 degrees toward the engine block to clear steering wheel shaft and front pitman rod ends. I would guess that what you have is a 510 starter and that it works. Don't mess with success, enjoy! I went through the Datsun starter family 39 years ago when I had to replace my RL411 starter. Finally got the Datsun parts manager to go through the foreign parts division. They sent me a listing of all RL411 starter parts in stock [no original or rebuilt starters in the world] and asked which parts I needed to rebuild my existing starter! I replied and am still using the original 50 year old starter!
Adapters are available off the shelf at O'Riley and other stores. Usually shelved near the Oil pressure replacement meters. Cheap and effective! Ask me how I kept my original 50 year old Datsun RL411 running all these years! You have to be inventive.
I have posted the part number of the adapter too many times to want to repeat it. Use the search function, that's why it was implemented!