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Old 04-07-2005, 09:24 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Steering Box rebuild kit PN

FYI-Need to rebuild your IFS steering box. You can get the seal kit from Toyota. Here is the PN for the box on my 90. Cost, around $50.00.
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i remember there being more discussion in this thread...deleted for why?
is this the complete rebuild kit or is the guy from texas mentioned here the guy to get it from?

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The first thing you need is a seal kit. The only place in the known universe to get a complete kit is from:
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Old 08-27-2007, 09:15 AM   #3 (permalink)
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I need to do mine as well, search "steering rebuild" in the toy section and you will find plenty of how-to info. As far as parts, it looks like dealer, the one you posted, and these guys:

http://www.prosteering.com/k_toyota_truck.htm

If anyone knows which ones are still in business or any experience ordering from them, that would be great info.
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I do not know if John is still selling them. When I bought mine from him, it was complete OEM parts.

The PN I pictured was for a later style and it was complete.

I know nothing about the aftermarket kit, but I do know that when I bought an aftermarket from NAPA for my PS pump it was a POS and started leaking two days later. Purchased a OEM kit from the dealer and it was still going strong a couple of years later when I took it off and put the PSC TC pump on.

These kits only come with all the seals, nothing else like bearings or parts for the relife valve.
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Can anyone confirm that this kit works on '86-'89 steering boxes? I called my local dealer and they told me the seals are only available individually. I've got a call into my preferred dealer to see if they have any better info.
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my local dealer told me the same thing but you give them the part # on the bag and they will show it and want mucho cashola. trdparts4u.com has it for 40 bux. the kit is the same for all ifs boxes 86-95.5 all the orings/seals inside are identical as far as i have seen. i pinched the piston o ring on my early 86-88 box when i tapped it. i had a late 89-95.5 box that had a leaky input seal so i pulled the o ring off and used it after comming to the conclusion that all the seals matched up including the input (sector shaft) seal.
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my local dealer told me the same thing but you give them the part # on the bag and they will show it and want mucho cashola. trdparts4u.com has it for 40 bux. the kit is the same for all ifs boxes 86-95.5 all the orings/seals inside are identical as far as i have seen. i pinched the piston o ring on my early 86-88 box when i tapped it. i had a late 89-95.5 box that had a leaky input seal so i pulled the o ring off and used it after comming to the conclusion that all the seals matched up including the input (sector shaft) seal.

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GASKET KIT,CROSS SHA 32.64 0.00 1 32.64
Sub Total: $32.64
Shipping: UPS GROUND 8.99
Tax: $0.00
Order Total: $41.63
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Thought I would post this in here as well. This info is for the '86-'89 boxes:

From talking to my dealer friend, Toyota offers two kits for this box. The first kit is a partial kit and only covers the sector shaft seals. The part # for the partial kit is 04455-35020(~$50). The part number for the full kit which has all of the seals for the whole box including the input shaft seals and everything is 04445-35080(~$100).
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yea thats friggin weird because i just looked there last week and used the same part number 04445-35080 and it came up as 42$
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Description Price Core Qty Total
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GASKET KIT,CROSS SHA 32.64 0.00 1 32.64
Sub Total: $32.64
Shipping: UPS GROUND 8.99
Tax: $0.00
Order Total: $41.63

How did you adapt an IFS Box to a dirt bike??

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How did you adapt an IFS Box to a dirt bike??

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so thats how you open the hood on the damn thing....
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so thats how you open the hood on the damn thing....

it's one way

I got an email this am requesting a shipping address, I messed up & used autofill & it didn't put in city, so now my parts are on the way with no delay! they are on the ball
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sweet, when you get it you should take pictures of the kit layed out on a table so we can see what all comes in it. and if anybody orders the other kit that arya was talking about do the same so we can compare. i would order one but im so friggin broke right now if i did id be lucky to eat ramen noodles for a week.
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sweet, when you get it you should take pictures of the kit layed out on a table so we can see what all comes in it. and if anybody orders the other kit that arya was talking about do the same so we can compare. i would order one but im so friggin broke right now if i did id be lucky to eat ramen noodles for a week.

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got this for my right hand drive 92 surf box, paid $349 for that so what is another $41

Think I will tap my old lhd box 1st as practice
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when i tapped mine it wasnt too bad but now that im running the high output tc style pump the seals in the box are showing their ass. i ordered the one seal from napa # nos7007 p/s worm shaft seal today for $4 an im going to try to get by with that for our 1st annual fattshack turkey day run.
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i have a tc style pump which calls for synthetic ps fluid. ive always ran dexron mercron type atf in the p/s system untill upgrading. i figure that may be why it leaks, something about the switch the seals were pissed off at.

i was exaggerating alot, i bought a case of synpower p/s fluid when i got the pump because it was cheap, it doesnt leak that bad , just enough to attract a crapload of dust. and i got the seal from napa , heres a pic of the leaky input on the box and the seal i got from napa.





oh and i totally understand your point about that... post edited.
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Mine leaks down off of the shaft for the pitman arm. Does that mean I screwed up the teflon seal on the inside while tapping for hydro?
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Does anyone have the p/n or a source for fj 60 box rebuild kits? Mine leaky leaky when it gets warm.
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Mine leaks down off of the shaft for the pitman arm. Does that mean I screwed up the teflon seal on the inside while tapping for hydro?
no it doesnt mean that you did mess up the teflon seal it means you might have. there is a regular flap seal on the outside , the teflon seal is inside a snap ring that is between it and the flap seal.

heres a good write up i found.

http://128.83.80.200/taco/box.html
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Does anyone have the p/n or a source for fj 60 box rebuild kits? Mine leaky leaky when it gets warm.
go to your dealer and ask... ypu can also look it up on www.trdparts4u.com with a year make and model search. if you cant figure out which one call the dealer or go in with a list of all the possible p/n's and see which one they show on the computer or microfiche.
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Can anyone confirm that this kit works on '86-'89 steering boxes? I called my local dealer and they told me the seals are only available individually. I've got a call into my preferred dealer to see if they have any better info.
i ordered the same kit that oops litsted today from toyota of dallas and they wanted my vin number , i gave them the vin from the 87 runner out back and they told me the part wont fit this truck and that its for the late box, ive inspected the cross shaft gaskets/o rings and seals and put a mic on the cross shaft on both style boxes and there is absolutley no difference in that part of the box. you can actually take the cross shaft out of the late box and put it in the early box and vice versa. i told them to just ship the damn thing.... seabass you get yours yet?
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didn't come yet, got my new 5" TG rear leafs to match the front though

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