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    Wanted FJ60 Manual

    97-99 Tacoma front bumper valance wanted My kid has a 99 Tacoma that needs a new bumper valance. It's the plastic part that is below the front bumper. Email me please: indwis@excel.net or call: 1-920-526-2200 Thanks!
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    Wanted FJ60 Manual

    Need: Oil pan & exhaust manifold Would like to find an exhaust manifold to fit my 74 2F engine. This is the one piece manifold. Heat riser need not be present or working. As well: NEED to find a NON-LEAKER oil pan. Already bought one, put it on and it leaks! Looked nice but I think the PO may...
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    Fender flares

    Got my new rims and tires on, (2.5" back spacing) and things look real good. The tires stick out quite a bit, and stones are flinging very frequently. I looked on Ebay and the various J**p flares can be had reasonable as well the local bone yard may be even better. Anyway, which year/model seem...
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    Best exhaust option for using OEM FJ40 PTO

    Gave my header away, and went to stock. I believe that it's one or the other.
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    Carb bowl "bleedback?"

    Thanks for all the replies! BUT 1.) Rebuilt the carb. Acid/carb (water based stuff) dipped it. Everything should be good. 2.) Cap is off the 66. (rigged under the left rear wheel well, fer now) The tank has a fuel filter (vent) hanging off the end of a 1/4" hose,.....for now till I get some...
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    Carb bowl "bleedback?"

    I have just started to drive this thing as it's a project, near complete, therefore I can't comment on the parking on a hill issue. Typically, it gets run around on the road for an hour or so, then it's parked. The NEXT day, she'll spark right up, noting that the gas is JUST into the site glass...
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    Carb bowl "bleedback?"

    This may be an old hashed over topic, but it's getting a bit frustrating for me. 66 Cruiser w/ 74 driveline. If my Unit sits for about a week w/o running, the carb bowl goes almost dry, then its.......crankity, crankity. I have a stock set of lines till the filter area. Then I've got NEW lines...
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    Aftermarket Speedometer

    Hey, As you're counting your pennies, go here and possibly save a couple! Note that they will let you swap in a different fuel gauge if your sender is already in. http://www.rjays.com/Gauges/atm-arctic-white-01.htm Thought this was the best price I could find!
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    Aftermarket Speedometer

    Have been doing some "Googling" around for an aftermarket application for a speedometer for my unit. Was hoping that Sunpro had one but can't find one yet as they are very possibly going to be the gauge of choice, for me. Any help appreciated. Thanks!
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    Do 68-73 throttle pedals bolt to 74+?

    From what I know...............nope! I did the opposite, as in a 74 pedal into a 66. It fit after I bent, cut and drilled. HTH
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    Toggle switch, for ignition/dash components

    Did find some on Ebay. Here's a link for a "covered toggle switch": http://search.ebay.com/Covered-toggle-switch_W0QQfromZR8QQsokeywordredirectZ1 Thinkin' about it.
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    Toggle switch, for ignition/dash components

    I thought a while ago, someone posted a link to a "covered" toggle. The cover, in the down position will turn off the switch. Another interest is a fuse block that you NEVER have to stop and jiggle fuse to make the gages work, or start charging, etc. What donor vehicle block would work well...
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    Backspacing DELMA!

    Where EXACTLY is the back spacing measured? From the lip/edge of the rim to the back side of the rim (mating surface)? OR Is the back spacing measured from the flat/shouldered area that rests against the tire bead, to the back side of the rim (mating surface)? Thanks!
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    Backspacing DELMA!

    Am on the phone with Rick at 4 Wheel Parts, and he satates that on my 66/74 cruiser with drum brakes an Alloy rim that I want to purchase WILL rub my tie rod ends! He says NONE of the Alloy rims have, what he recommends 2.5" back spacing, as the Steel wheels do. I trust the experience of...
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    Rim Backspacing

    OK, I'm going to be a whiner. Woody is very frim about the 3.5" back spacing, as well others have mentioned it, and I RESPECT THAT..........no question..........but; The problem is I just got back from a Goodyear Dealer who sells rims & tires. There were NO listings of this back spacing in...
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