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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Nevermind. Got it! Just took a bit of persuasion!!
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Hi @pappy removed starter. Still won’t separate from bellhousing. Do I need to remove the stud that goes into bellhousing and holds starter? There is space between bellhousing and block...but if I cannot get it further I will call towtruck... Thanks so much for your advice!
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Since I'm in there and truck has 278000 miles...should I replace the starter? I've never had a problem with it...but...
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Yeah...OK. Need to take that out too. I was wondering. Thank you. Hopefully tomorrow will be the day then...
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    So...I thought I had the engine ready to pull. I go to pull it...and it's still attached somewhere to the bell housing. I got the 8 bolts out. I thought I had everything. Are there more points of attachment between the engine and bell housing? Apologies if that is also a stupid question... st
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Thank you @pappy and @SMG for the photos! These make me feel OK about pulling and transporting the motor. This is, as you may have guessed, my first time doing this. st
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Thanks everyone. Much appreciated. Will give it a go with a tire and straps. Let you know how it goes! st
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    Transporting 22RE engine for rebuild

    Dear All 1994 Toyota 22RE 4x4. I've had it since new. It's in excellent shape. The (2nd) timing chain guides recently broke and, in the process of checking over the truck also discovered the compression is a bit down in 2 of the cylinders and will, eventually, need a re-build. Decided to have...
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    Update... The local Toyota dealer will replace the bumper, end cap, mounting brackets, fender, etc...do the paint and everything. All with OEM parts. They quoted a price of ~2000 USD. I think I will just go ahead with this...even though the patina will be completely different. It will all be...
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    Ha. I like to think that sends a sort of 'I'm working on it...wait until you see it when it's finished' vibe.
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    haha...so now I have that noise going round and round through my head.
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    Thank you @g-man for this good advice all around. Yes, it was the only vehicle we have (even though I know the first thing I should do when I buy an old cruiser is to also buy another car). So a rental will definitely be part of the deal. And, yes, I figure they will try to claim it's totaled...
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    ...not to mention the emotional trauma...
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    Thanks everyone for your replies. @FJACS It sort of went immediately to insurance...but it will be on theirs...not mine. I've been looking at the parts sites to see what is available. We'll see what the adjuster says if they even bother to come look. @Don Pedro thanks for the suggestion of...
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    Got side-swiped...now what?

    Hi All so the 1984 FJ60 got side swiped yesterday. Significant other was driving. Fault was the semi-truck driver. Any advice on best replacement equipment? Here's the damage:
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    A bang, then a whine...stopped...re-started and no more problems.

    Hi All Just for a bit of closure...I finally got around to pulling the old air pump and installing the TLC air pump idler pulley. The problem with the air pump was intermittent but I figured it was on its way to seizing at some point. The install of the idler pulley was pretty straightforward...
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    FJ60 Seatbelt Planet- Rear retractable seat belts

    I just installed some in my 60 here: fj60 rear retractor seatbelt install I drilled one hole in the driver's side to mount the retracting unit and avoid the wires running to the back. On the passenger side, I did nothing and used an existing hole in the frame. st
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    A bang, then a whine...stopped...re-started and no more problems.

    Hi g-man Thanks for this. The truck is already de-smogged, thank goodness :) The smog pump was left to function solely as the belt tensioner it seems. Still a bit of a mystery what is happening...as yesterday I had it idling for awhile and drove it around close to my house to see if I could...
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    A bang, then a whine...stopped...re-started and no more problems.

    Thanks g-man. Much appreciated. I went ahead and ordered the pulley from TLC yesterday. Seems like a good idea just to change that thing out. Does the air pump give a signal before it fails? Or it just goes?
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    A bang, then a whine...stopped...re-started and no more problems.

    Hi Spike So I went out and put my breaker bar on the air pump and alternator. No whining coming from either. I could hear the bearings in the air pump pretty good. It was making a sound I would describe as a 'rattle' when the bar was up to my ear. Could be the bearings are going? Would it be...
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