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Old 05-19-2008, 01:58 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Need specs for IFS pitman arm nut

What are the specs - particularly the thread pitch - of the pitman arm nut on an IFS steering box. I had a shop move the box forward, and they stripped the nut.

None of the local dealers have them, so I need to find one- quick!!

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Old 05-19-2008, 06:22 PM   #2 (permalink)
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just call daves offroad or rancho toy trucks and they'll ship you a used one in a jiffy. knowing the pitch probably won't help you find one any quicker than a phone call to one of these guys. and i'll bet they're cheaper too.
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TG has them for three dollars and the lock washer is two dollars.
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What are the specs - particularly the thread pitch - of the pitman arm nut on an IFS steering box. I had a shop move the box forward, and they stripped the nut.

None of the local dealers have them, so I need to find one- quick!!

Thanks,

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Old 05-19-2008, 08:04 PM   #5 (permalink)
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What are the specs - particularly the thread pitch - of the pitman arm nut on an IFS steering box. I had a shop move the box forward, and they stripped the nut.

None of the local dealers have them, so I need to find one- quick!!

Thanks,

Mark
If you would have ordered it when you were at the dealer, you will usually get the part in a day or two. At least that is the way it works at the dealer in Roseville.
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If you would have ordered it when you were at the dealer, you will usually get the part in a day or two. At least that is the way it works at the dealer in Roseville.
While this seems to be the case in Calif., I have found that if you get back into the mid-west, it can take 3-4 days up to a week for Toyota dealers to get parts. Main stocking warehouse is in Los Angeles so CA orders show up quick. But I was once stuck in Nebraska needing some parts from Toyota and there is no such thing as rush delivery there! Not sure how things are in Colorado, but I would guess it is similar.
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If you still need one, PM me your address. I pulled a pitman arm off at the junkyard today and the nut ended up in my toolbox. You can have it, if you still need it!

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Old 05-20-2008, 09:20 AM   #9 (permalink)
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Thanks guys. I ended up going to a local metric supply place and they hooked me up. The nut is a slightly higher profile (think more threads) but I got a slightly thinner lock washer, so all the threads fit on the steering box shaft.

I still can't believe a shop helicoiled the thing and didn't tell me. I only found it during a pre-run torquefest.

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Old 06-01-2008, 09:55 PM   #10 (permalink)
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Question two different thread pitches?

Id figgured I'd tack on to this thread...

Have any of you come across two different thread pitches on the IFS box sector shafts? Im in the process of converting to hydro assist and am swaping my stock ealy style box to a rebuilt early style box that has been ported. I have everything installed except the pitman arm nut. While I dont have a thread pitch gague at the house to tell the exact difference, I can't get my old nut to thread on the new box. The two thread pitches appear to be slighty different. The new box didn't come with a nut. The only thing I can think of is either the factory had two different pitches for the same style box or that whoever remanufatucred the box used a different sector shaft.
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