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Toyota Wheelbase (thanks budr)

From the factory manuals:

1979-83 short bed 101.77
1979-83 long bed 110.24
1984-85 4 runner 102.95
1984-85 xtra cab 112.20
1984-85 single cab short bed 102.95
1984-85 single cab long bed 112.20

And just to show off,
1984-88 double cab real short bed 112.20
 

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Timken Wheel front wheel bearing part numbers for 79-85 front axle:
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Front wheel outer LM102949 & LM102910
Front wheel inner JLM104948 & JLM104910

Trunion/Kingpin/Knuckle bearing part numers, 79-85 front axle:
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Toy part# 45611F
KOYO 30303D
SKF part# 30303j2

Exploded diagram of front axle from JTOutfitters website:
 

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Replacement brake line (Napa) 23" long one piece front line 38688
[EDIT:] This turns out to be a front line from a 90-96 Nissan 300ZX if you wanna get one from somewhere else. ;)


Brake line extension (Napa) 8"-10" extension for front or rear 77544
[EDIT:]Replaced the old part number with an updated one. It was 72210 ;)
 

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Re: Toy Fawk-U er FAQ

Entropy said:
Cone Washers

Cone washers are the washers that are behind the nuts holding on Toyota wheel hubs and steering arms.
Cone washers are a pain in the ass. Anyone from the dry areas of the southwest will tell you that a good smack on the stud will loosen them up. If you are in or near the Midwest... forget that.
Get a brass drift, put the brass drift on the stud, whack on that. Brass is softer than the stud so it'll mangle before the stud will but the washers will work themselves loose with the impact.

Used it on my 69 FJ40 so it oughta work on anything....

Brian
 

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Re: Re: Toy Fawk-U er FAQ

bconrey said:
Get a brass drift, put the brass drift on the stud, whack on that. Brass is softer than the stud so it'll mangle before the stud will but the washers will work themselves loose with the impact.

Used it on my 69 FJ40 so it oughta work on anything....

Brian
No, it won't work on anything. Every axle I've touched was too rusty for that to work. Go back to the first page, I posted a somewhat more brutal method that works better on really rusted axles. ;)

wheelintoy said:
There is a 2 3/32 hub socket napa makes it I know cause I own one.[/b]
That's great. But you want a 2 & 1/8" socket:

54mm / 25.4 = 2.12598425....

2.125 is EXACTLY 2 and 1/8 inch. And the socket is a perfect fit. I guess the 2 & 3/32 socket works as well because of the tolerance required between the nut and the socket, since a 2 3/32" socket = 2.093 which SHOULD be too small.

Glad it works. The 2 1/8" is the spec size, and easier to find. NAPA had one for about 35 bucks when I looked, so I got a craftsman from SEARS for $25ish.
 

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Re: Re: Re: Toy Fawk-U er FAQ

TNToy said:
That's great. But you want a 2 & 1/8" socket:

54mm / 25.4 = 2.12598425....

2.125 is EXACTLY 2 and 1/8 inch.
I got the wheel bearing nut socket (54 mm, right?) From GarbageMan at Central 4wd for 15$. Its not the highest quality, but it works.
 

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Then I found this on: http://webbcon.com/patio/transt25.html

TOYOTA AUTO-TRANSMISSION IDENTIFICATION PAGE
Code:
 TOYOTA CARS     88-ON    Camry (w/6 Cyl)         FWD      4       A540E
                 83-on    Camry (w/4 Cyl)         FWD      4       A140E
                 90-91                            AWD      4       A540H
                 90-on    Celica GT               FWD      4       A243L
                 90-on           GTS              FWD      4       A241E
                 90-on           ST               FWD      4       A241L
                 86-89                            FWD      4       A140E,L
                 81-85                            RWD      4       A40D
                 74-80           (w/o bands)      RWD      3       A40
                 73-74           (w/bands)        RWD      3       A30
                 93-on    Corolla                 FWD      4       A245E
                 90-92        (w/All Wheel Drive) AWD      4       A241H
                 85-92                            FWD      4       A240E,L
                 84-on                            FWD      3       A130L,131L
                 84-87                            RWD      4       A42DL
                 80-83                            RWD      4       A40D
                 82-83                            RWD      3       A41
                 73-81                            RWD      3       A40
                 68-72                            RWD      3       A30
                 81-82    Corona                  RWD      4       A40D
                 73-80                            RWD      3       A40
                 68-72                            RWD      3       A30
                 87-on    Cressida                RWD      4       A340E
                 83-86                            RWD      4       A43DE
                 81-82                            RWD      4       A43D
                 78-80                            RWD      4       A40D
                 74-76    Mark II                 RWD      3       A40
                 89-on    MR2(also 88 w/turbo)    FWD      4       A241E
                 87-88       (exc 88 turbo)       FWD      4       A240E
                 1986                             FWD      4       A141E
                 92-on    Paseo                   FWD      4       A244E
                 86-on    Supra                   RWD      4       A340E
                 83-85                            RWD      4       A43DE
                 1982                             RWD      4       A43DL
                 79-81                            RWD      4       A40D
                 87-on    Tercel                  FWD      3       A132L
                 84-88                            4WD      3       A55F
                 79-86                            FWD      3       A55


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 TOYOTA          89-on    4-Runner (w/4 Cyl)      RWD      4       A43D
 TRUCKS &        85-on                            4WD      4       A340F,H
 VANS            88-on             (w/6 Cyl)      4WD      4       A340E,H
                 68-74    Hi-Lux                  RWD      3       A30
                 94-on    LandCruiser             4WD      4       A442F
                 86-93                            4WD      4       A440F
                 85-on    Pickup (w/4 Cyl)        4WD      4       A340E,F,H
                 82-on                            2WD      4       A43D
                 75-81                            2WD      3       A40,43
                 85-on    Pickup (w/6 Cyl)        4WD      4       A340E,F,H
                 91-on    Previa                  AWD      4       A46DF
                 91-on                            RWD      4       A46DE
                 87-89    Van                     AWD      4       A45DF
                 87-89                            RWD      4       A45DL
                 84-86                            RWD      4       A44DL
 

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Here's some gasoline for the fire!
:D

Techies can read this. Newbies please skip to the next post, you'll only drive your local parts guy nuts if you try to talk to him about it.

Here goes: There's no such thing as "4cyl" and "V6" R&P.

"Uhhhhhh, say what Beavis?"
:confused:

There are actually two types of R&P, let's call them "LPH" (Long Pinion Head) and "SPH" (Short Pinion Head).

- '79-'85 rigs have SPH gears and a "thick" inner pinion bearing designed for the 4cyl housing. All aftermarket "4cyl" R&P and inner pinion bearings are identical to these factory parts, that way the same part numbers will fit all '79-'95 four-cylinder rigs.

- '86-'95 four-cylinder and V6 rigs ALL come with LPH gears. However, to use LPH gears in a four-cylinder housing you MUST use the "thin" '86-'95 factory Toyota four-cylinder inner pinion bearing. If you use a "thick" aftermarket bearing (or a factory '79-'85 bearing) the pinion will be too deep into the mesh and won't work.

- SPH gears will fit V6 housings if you add a lot of inner pinion bearing shims. Precision Gear avoids having to use so many shims by offering an aftermarket LPH gearset for V6 housings.

- '88-'95 V6 housings must obviously use V6 inner pinion bearings, so there's no confusion here.

- Carrier bearings aren't an issue here either, just R&P. You need 4cyl carrier bearings for 4cyl housings and V6 carrier bearings for V6 housings regardless of year.


So what good does this do anyone? Say you have some used LPH gears collecting dust because you didn't think you could use them in your 4cyl housing. They're even the ratio you want, like the V6-only factory 4.56 or a set of Precision LPH gears (any ratio) your buddy traded you for a six-pack. Take your bad self over to Toyota and order a '86-'95 4cyl inner pinion bearing, and you're in business!
:D


Note: The above does not apply to the somewhat rare "3rd type" of R&P, the factory 4.88's. These can only be used in the factory 4.88 housing. This housing is different than all the others, and won't accept ANY aftermarket R&P or factory gears of any other ratio. If you have one of these 3rds, it will be that way forever. Please don't sell this 3rd (or god-forbid an empty housing) to anyone without fully explaining what they are getting, think of the potential frustration.
 

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2" Backspaced 15x8 black steel wheels

Toyota bolt pattern:
4 Wheel Parts Part # 515883R2. Should be about $40.00 each, I think.

This is what the wheel looks like:
 

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ChopSuey:
Ok guys, we arent' busy at work so I did a little searching. Dbrown was correct, the part number I listed before is incorrect. I called Toyota and got their part number and crossed it to a BCA/National part number carried at Advance Auto Parts. The number is 710419. Toyota's part number for the seal is 90311-35032. HTH somone in the future.

Oh Dbrown, one of the Advance stores in Nashville should have it in stock. My store in Memphis doesn't have it but it shows that the warehouse in Nashville has several of them. Should be able to get same day up there.
 

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fj-40 vented swap

two things that havent been mentioned here are:
you have to run spacers to run the swap as the caliper is about 3/4" wider.
also the rotor crosses to the fj-40 and fj-60, i can get years later.

and also a good oil filter is toyota 90915-yzzb5
it is slightly larger, they use it on tundras, lexus' and such
 
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