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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    I'm wondering if both Dayco, and Mitsubishi are OEM manufacturers for Toyota belts...maybe the Dayco belts are for Tundra's, and the Mitsubishi's go on the L.C's...now I'm gonna have to inspect my belt I pulled off just for curiosity. Reason I say that is b/c in the Tundra video I watched last...
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    For Sale Most recent 200 Series purchase prices

    You are not lying about that. I have an 80 I bought two yrs ago for $1,000 right when COVID happened. I've put about $3k into it. Last October I had a guy at a guitar convention offer me $12k for it. It still needs some work such as: new carpet, the front seats leather replaced, the rear main...
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    Pulled my OEM tensioner & idler pulley out of the boxes to see how they were stamped/etched. This is what they look like.
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    200 Series Windshield Replacement

    My L.C is a 2011. So I will need all new trim pieces as well? I think I'll reach out to the installer the one of the dealerships uses, file my claim, and have the installer inform my insurance that my vehicle required OEM glass. Since you mentioned Lexus, something else I thought about is maybe...
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    200 Series Windshield Replacement

    Reviving this thread, b/c now I'm in need of getting my front windshield replaced, and need some advice. I've called all the Toyota service garages in the area, and they outsource, all front & rear windshield replacements because it's considered a specialty. After talking with my insurance...
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    Awesome thank you🤙
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    If those parts show up with "Made in Japan" stamped on them , could you drop a pic on here please?
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    For Sale Most recent 200 Series purchase prices

    Pictures, or it didn't happen😎
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    So are the OEM parts that you are getting from either Partsouq or IMPEX come in Toyota box, that are stamped "Dayco" on the parts, more reliable than the actual Dayco parts that are placed in a "Dayco " box? Does Dayco have a plant over in Japan?
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    So what brand of Japanese made parts are you planning to use for the belt, idler, and tensioner?
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    Dayco is the OEM part maker for the belt, tensioner, and pulley on the 200 series. I'll have to look, but the OEM one had "Dayco" stamped on the back, I'll have to look. If it does, I'll snap a pic and post it.
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    Serpentine Belt Replacement

    Did this job last summer, here are the Dayco products I used. I got all my stuff from Advanced Auto. If I remember correctly, I ordered online and did store pickup b/c it was cheaper. Have a friend on standby, to help with the belt b/c you are limited space working from below due to the beefy...
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    OEM Land Cruiser suspension & Heritage Land Cruiser suspension differences?

    Here ya go bloc, From the part number that is on the shock, they are off of a 2016-2018 Land Cruiser. Hopefully they will fit my 2011. When I typed the number in on Toyotapartsdeal.com, it said this part wasn't a match for the year of my vehicle.
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    Just curious, what's your OTHER vehicle?

    2004 LX470: 1 car owner, the actual owner was a district manager for Lexus. She sold it and downgraded. 1996 FZJ80: Got her off Marketplace for $1,000 while looking for bedroom night stands on a Monday night, right before the pandemic got declared back in 03/2020. Guy had 5 other vehicles at his...
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    OEM Land Cruiser suspension & Heritage Land Cruiser suspension differences?

    Question for you CharlieS. You mentioned awhile back in one of my previous posts. Using a small scissor jack between the rear diff and frame to remove the rear springs. Do you think with the KDSS valves open, and the shocks removed. I would be able to pull off using a floor jack and lifting one...
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