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Old 08-20-2001, 12:22 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Guys somebody has to know how long the engine bay needs to be to fit the 7M in. I dont care to move the raditor to the be d if I have to to keep my tranny and cases where they are. Please help so I can get my project back on the road.
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My 1985 43Runner engine bay is 32" from the back of the firewall, to the front crossmember. This leaves me 3" to spare in front of the crank pulley. But, if I machined down the puller to drop the outside blet, then I would gain another inch. That belt controls the A/C.
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