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The one bellett part I really really want is a............ 
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The one bellett part I really really need is a :

Wasp style side / tub back for wendys ute. Happy to drive, fly, swap , buy or donate an organ (as long as it's a spare ;) )

Now it's over to anyone else who needs something :D




Edit; if you strike it lucky can you please come back to your original post and let everyone know. Saves doubling up :D


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Sat Aug 20, 2016 11:44 pm
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Actually a combination of Bellett parts - 1964 , diesel, 2 door Bellett sedan .

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Functioning or at least serviceable set of GT Hitachi SUs........ For me
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4.11 diff.
And a twin Weber inlet manifold for a GT head.
I know they're out there....

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Will have to look in the shed James, gave a set away last weekend, may have another hiding in there.


Sun Aug 21, 2016 6:52 am
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Tub came up 6 months ago in Perth as a trailer, so never say never.
What i need is a pair of Wasp tub tail light housings and 1 Chrome Surround (I have the lenses NOS)

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Sun Aug 21, 2016 9:00 am
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pa_man wrote:
Tub came up 6 months ago in Perth as a trailer, so never say never.
What i need is a pair of Wasp tub tail light housings and 1 Chrome Surround (I have the lenses NOS)

Josh


I saw that Josh. Wish I had a crystal ball back then :cry: I'd love to find out where that went?

Wasp tail light housings and a chrome trim you say. Let me do a search around but no promises :?

I had a brand new set back in 96 from fast air spares in Brisbane. Cost me $275. Fitted to my green wasp and subsequently sold.

Oh the hurt of regret :cry: :lol:


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Sorry that I dont have any of those rare spares. None of my Wasps have original taillights, or reversing lamp.

My current want is a dash binnacle for the Elf. Dobby has his gauges in a home made sheet aluminium one. Very Blitz buggy.
Ralistically, I need something from another old truck I can adapt probably.
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Sun Aug 21, 2016 11:36 am
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4.11 diff.
And a twin Weber inlet manifold for a GT head.
I know they're out there....


So Brett? A 4.11 diff would come out of a automatic bellett, yes? You'll have to text me on that one. It's complicated but one of the two belletts I left behind in SA is an auto 8-) .

Also, did Lynx make those manifolds???


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Does anyone have a manifold to suit a Florian head, with twin Hitachi style SU's ?
Possibly off a single over head cam ?


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Gunna wrote:
pa_man wrote:
Tub came up 6 months ago in Perth as a trailer, so never say never.
What i need is a pair of Wasp tub tail light housings and 1 Chrome Surround (I have the lenses NOS)

Josh


I saw that Josh. Wish I had a crystal ball back then :cry: I'd love to find out where that went?

Wasp tail light housings and a chrome trim you say. Let me do a search around but no promises :?

I had a brand new set back in 96 from fast air spares in Brisbane. Cost me $275. Fitted to my green wasp and subsequently sold.

Oh the hurt of regret :cry: :lol:


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Those wasp tail lights are in good hands.... :x :D


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Those wasp tail lights are in good hands.... :x :D


Cheeky QLDers :lol:

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Gunna wrote:
PR91 wrote:
4.11 diff.
And a twin Weber inlet manifold for a GT head.
I know they're out there....


So Brett? A 4.11 diff would come out of a automatic bellett, yes? You'll have to text me on that one. It's complicated but one of the two belletts I left behind in SA is an auto 8-) .

Also, did Lynx make those manifolds???


Auto Bellett..... That's the rumour, but I've seen the normal 3.7 diff's in them too.
Only real way to tell is to read the numbers stamped into the case.
Lynx..... Not as far as I know. Sedan head version they did both single and twin tho, but they have a different stud arrangement.
Only ones I've seen are ex Japan.

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Soooooooo Brett, what's the magic numbers so I and find out if they are what you really really really want?


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Gunna wrote:
PR91 wrote:
4.11 diff.
And a twin Weber inlet manifold for a GT head.
I know they're out there....


So Brett? A 4.11 diff would come out of a automatic bellett, yes? You'll have to text me on that one. It's complicated but one of the two belletts I left behind in SA is an auto 8-) .

Also, did Lynx make those manifolds???


Auto Bellett..... That's the rumour, but I've seen the normal 3.7 diff's in them too.
Only real way to tell is to read the numbers stamped into the case.
Lynx..... Not as far as I know. Sedan head version they did both single and twin tho, but they have a different stud arrangement.
Only ones I've seen are ex Japan.


don't auto cars rear diff ratios generally go the other way though, a taller ratio.

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I thought the same as you Glenn.
Then maybe Autos do not always have "taller" diff. ratios ?

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I thought the same as you Glenn.
Then maybe Autos do not always have "taller" diff. ratios ?

KB

I think its something to do with the 'slippage' in an older style Auto which allows it to pull a taller diff off the line, then cruise more economically. Thats before the advent of overdrive gears in an auto of course.

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Not saying the rumour is correct.... Never confirmed myself, so hence, rumour.
Dean, number is 4110. Normal one is 4111.
Early version diff's are 379 for a 4.1 and 349 for 3.7. I want a 4110 tho.

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Not saying the rumour is correct.... Never confirmed myself, so hence, rumour.
Dean, number is 4110. Normal one is 4111.
Early version diff's are 379 for a 4.1 and 349 for 3.7. I want a 4110 tho.


Brett
where is that number stamped?

Dean very kindly sent me down a spare diff to put in the Sport. Thanks again Dean. :D

It has "JL" stamped into it in 25mm high letters on top side in the horizontal fin section at front. And "L26" in 3mm high letters on small flat section.

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