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    Quote Originally Posted by PeeBee View Post
    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Premium-...72.m2749.l2649

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    The trick is to cut the template out of cardboard first, then copy onto the felt using a texta. I used a combination of sharp scissors and a heavy stanley knife. The self adhesive backing is very sticky, but peel-able. Ideally placement is best with 2 people, but I managed by myself , just needed to plan the 'drop'. It looks better than a factory fit. I used the original felted cardboard nissan as a preliminary template then optimised from there - the framed cutouts were simple enough to trace out with the knife.
    That would make a Sik Head Lining replacement in the GQ too mate.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MudRunnerTD View Post
    That would make a Sik Head Lining replacement in the GQ too mate.
    I think you are right Darren. Its a very good finish, tough as hell, is a sound and temperature insulator and sticks to any change in shape or direction without creases.
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    Just saw your post on "what has made you happy" and the photo of the clutch box
    Given your run with BD did you get what you ordered...
    It is the same part no as this...

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/EXEDY-SA...MAAOSwAvFZ4ppa

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryan277 View Post
    Just saw your post on "what has made you happy" and the photo of the clutch box
    Given your run with BD did you get what you ordered...
    It is the same part no as this...

    https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/EXEDY-SA...MAAOSwAvFZ4ppa

    Cheers Trevor
    Unsure if these are the same clutches. My model is NSK-7699STHD. item number 02562984. According to BD and Exedy the Flywheel torque is rated at circa 1100nm. Who knows with these guys? Either way its got a 2 yr warranty so if it slips, it gets replaced. Its been a battle with these guys but they have always come around to provide the support, except this time I have to arrange for the flywheel to get machined instead of them supplying a c/o unit because they have 2 styles and cant recall which one is fitted to mine - another bee sting in reality.
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    According to this I guess it fits the 3.0l Diesel flywheel

    Part No : NSK-7699STHD
    Type : Heavy Duty Safari Tuff Clutch Kit
    Suit :
    NISSAN PATROL DX LEAF SPRING GU, Y61 UELY61 10/2007-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX LEAF SPRING GU, Y61 UETY61 03/2013-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX, ST COIL SPRING GU, Y61 UENY61 10/2007-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX, ST, ST-L, ST-S, TI GU, Y61 TESY61 12/2006-10/2017 SUV 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD AT/MT
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    NISSAN PATROL DX, ST, ST-L, ST-S, TI GU, Y61 TESY61 04/2000-12/2006 SUV 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo Direct Inj {118KW} 4WD AT/MT

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    Quote Originally Posted by tryan277 View Post
    According to this I guess it fits the 3.0l Diesel flywheel

    Part No : NSK-7699STHD
    Type : Heavy Duty Safari Tuff Clutch Kit
    Suit :
    NISSAN PATROL DX LEAF SPRING GU, Y61 UELY61 10/2007-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX LEAF SPRING GU, Y61 UETY61 03/2013-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX, ST COIL SPRING GU, Y61 UENY61 10/2007-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX, ST, ST-L, ST-S, TI GU, Y61 TESY61 12/2006-10/2017 SUV 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD AT/MT
    NISSAN PATROL ST COIL SPRING GU, Y61 UERY61 03/2013-10/2017 Cab Chassis 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo CRD {118KW} 4WD MT
    NISSAN PATROL DX, ST, ST-L, ST-S, TI GU, Y61 TESY61 04/2000-12/2006 SUV 3.0 L, DIESEL, ZD30DDTi I4 16v DOHC Turbo Direct Inj {118KW} 4WD AT/MT

    Cheers Trevor
    Interesting Trevor. This clutch is fitted to a re-drilled Chev flywheel. This clutch is fitted to all their s/c'd, turbo and even twin turbo installations, but unsure how many have come back? Maybe its fine - who knows. the numbers on the original ebay post are still in excess of the modified UFI unit I was chasing, so think its fine. Maybe the detail is in the internal part number 02562984? I have spoken with the Exedy rep in WA about this clutch and he says BD have bought hundreds of them, since changing from the Clutch Industries unit, so I am not too worried. The short time I have had it on the road - 20klm, the original clutch was holding fine, and its rated around 60% of this one. Time will tell.
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    OK, bracket arrived late yesterday, so launched into it this morning, total 8 hrs to refit, run new lines and new PS cooler as suggested, fitted up inlet airbox, fitted new bonnet, took it for a quick squirt and nothing expired except a new fuel return hose on an injector has decided to leak, so all good. Tied up for the next couple of months with ;wifey do stuff; so wont be able to carry on with the tasks, but clutch is next. Glad this journey is nearing an end to be honest, won't be taking on a job like this again.Bonnet Scoop.JPGUnder bonnet finished.JPG
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    Trevor, spoke with Exedy today. The clutch I have is rated at 1100nmT at the flywheel and 1250kg clamp force. This is a value detuned by 15% so the max values are as stated plus 15%. Regards why the same clutch would be put on a 3.0ltD, well it isn't. Its all to do with the actual article number, so they have a range of clutches with the same product code, being the 7699STGD, but there is another code that is applied to match the torque rating of the destination vehicle - what that is for the 3L is unknown.


    Also, another bee sting from BD. Today they inform me the clutch they have supplied will 100% fit straight on my flywheel - last week they didn't know which flywheel was fitted to the car, and the week before I needed an exchange flywheel that had been wash ground because the flywheel in mine is supposedly crowned for the Clutch Industries clutch - what a load of rubbish, but they hold my $150 credit for the exchange flywheel I supposedly don't need, so it had all better fit.
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    Stoked for you Phil. Cant wait to see this in the Flesh. Cant wait to hear it Whistle!!

    Will sound Better than @MBs for sure!! His has not made a sound for over a Year....... Bloody Chevs!!
    Its a Nissan! =====> Its a Keeper!! ....... Got a TD42 in it BONUS!! ....... I'm a lucky bugger! I've got 2 of em!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rogue Dung Beetle View Post
    Wish it was Nissan though, Toyotas just can't keep up with the Pootrol pace.
    The only good thing about an 80 series is..... the front end?? Wrong!!, the Engine?? Wrong!! the Full Time 4WD system?? Wrong!! Its the NissanPatrol.com.au stubby holder fitted over the transfer lever.
    WARNING: Towballs used for recoveries can, and do kill people and damage property.

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    Was running it only two nights ago Daz and never actually stopped in the first place ya whacker :-)
    I’ve still got another 3.5year timeline to catch your GQ beasty revamp top efforts mate :-)


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