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Cruiserdan, can you help this guy out?

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by wob, Jun 5, 2003.

  1. wob

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  2. cruiserdan

    cruiserdan SupportingVendor Emeritus Supporting Vendor Moderator

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    My work browser is restricted by the internet police, I'll have to see it from home later :ugh:
     
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    Eric Dobson
    help with part numbers
    Thu Jun 5 12:50:51 2003
    68.18.248.212

    Hello CruiserHeads!

    I've got a couple of part numbers and the parts guy at my local dealership couldn't pinpoint a model-year for me. I know these are for a Cruiser - probably an FJ40. If anyone can help, or point me to a good resource please pitch in!

    Bearing set P/N 13202 60011

    Seat Shift Lever Spring P/N 33553 60010

    Eric Dobson
    78 FJ40 2F
    TLCA, FLCA



    -B-
     
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    13202-60011: standard rod bearing set 69-87 F and 2F $53.48 (may go back before 69, didn't look)

    33553-60010: 4speed trans shift spring seat 4 speed 74-80 and FJ40 4speed 81-83 $3.69

                                :beer:


    Both are orderable............

    Next..........?
     
  5. wob

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    Thanks Chief!

    :D :D
     
  6. Hltoppr

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    OK C-Dan,

    What's the average airspeed of an English Swallow?

    Towing Photoman's FZJ80?

    ;)

    -H-
     
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    IIRC 14 knots

    [Cleese v Idle 1970 something]
     
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    Is that taking into account rolling resistance, or with the parking brake on?

    -H-

    (Loaded with 2lb. coconuts....?)
     
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    -H-
    Wasn't it "Photoman" who posted a while back...
    something about his e-brake not holding, and him having to run after his cruiser?? :G
    Eduardo
     
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    You're right! &nbsp:Damn good memory!

    -H-
     
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    No Einstein here!
    Just full of useless information !!
    Now if I could just retain, usefull information.....
    nah !! It's almost :beer: time
    Eduardo
     
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    E-brake on (his don't matter anyway) and coconuts,2 lbs.
     
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    >> What's the average airspeed of an English Swallow? <<

    > IIRC 14 knots <

    Hold on there buck-O!!!

    The English Swallow was an automobile and, under normal conditions, was incapble of an "airspeed."  The sporty SS1 versions of the Swallow were capable of 65MPH on bitumen.  These automobiles were later renamed Jaguar.

    -B-
     
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    Did I say "airspeed" I don't think that I said "airspeed" in fact I KNOW that I did not say "airspeed" -H-, I believe said "airspeed"......So, sue him. After all, he's the lawyer ::)
     
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    "Now go away or I shall taunt you another time!" "You and your English Kniggits!"

    -H-