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Old 12-24-2005, 01:09 PM   #1 (permalink)
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22re bolt kit?

is there anywhere I can get a bolt kit for my 22re? reason I ask is because I am starting with just a shortblock and need all the bolts for the timingcover, head, intake, ect
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have you checked the dealer, i'm pretty sure they have one, FSM has Part #'s
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Old 12-24-2005, 02:54 PM   #3 (permalink)
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it'd be nice to know if they sell something like that. sometimes those fasteners are pretty scary looking after 20 years.

it'd be really cool if ARP would make one like they make for just about every american engine...
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it'd be really cool if ARP would make one like they make for just about every american engine...

Yeah thats why they don't make the kit for the toy! Its not "Made In America" lol

It would have been nice on my buildup!
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i will try the dealer on monday if they are open. i am in the same boat. i am hoping they have a "package" with all the hardware. it will be a pain to try to get every single bolt other wise.
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Old 12-25-2005, 03:24 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Yeah thats why they don't make the kit for the toy! Its not "Made In America" lol

It would have been nice on my buildup!
that'd explain why they sell rod bolts, head studs and main studs for the 22R among other toyota engines
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i went to my local dealer today. just as i figured there is no bolt kit. i did order just about all the bolts for the engine. i spent about $85 on bolts, nuts, and studs. i got the bolts/stud for the intake to the head, bolts/studs for the plenum to the intake, timing cover and oil pump bolts, timing guide/tensioner bolts and valve cover nuts. i am sure i will need more but that should be a good start. yea, $85 may be a bit for hardware but if everything else is new, it would look like crap to use 19 year old bolts. i am using arp head studs, toyota short block and engine builder head so i didn't need any of that hardware.
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