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  1. OzarkMtnCruiser

    Wanted  OMESB1 bushings

    Anyone have any new OMESB1 bushings laying around they'd want to get rid of?? I need 7, rather not pay for a another set of 6 just for one bushing... Thanks
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    Broken bolts in hub

    Nice surprise taking the bolts out of my hub cover- two broken bolts that had been “glued” back in.. ideas or tricks on getting the rest of the bolts out of the hub body?
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    So, who's going to have the first Tesla powered cruiser?
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    60 won't start without...

    I've always had to pump the pedal more than i should to get her to start- but now my 60 will not start without starting fluid. After a shot she starts right up and runs, the idle speed is a little low but she stays running without the choke. I can turn her off and she'll start back up but if I...
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    Drive belt question-

    Anyone know the Napa / AZone part number for the belt you can use to run between the alternator and crank, eliminating the power steering pump? Thank you, thank you very much..
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    Datum line measurement of a stock fj60 leaf spring

    Does anyone know the measurement of a stock uncompressed leaf spring from the center holes of the bushings? Just bought a used one and I'd like to see exactly how flat it is.. thanks edit: it's the rear spring
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    Pulley on the power steering pump is wobbling

    Any idea what would cause this? Just saw it today.. thanks
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    Don't F with a cruiser.. Gotta do better than that!
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    not sure why this topic was closed by the mods.

    but the invitation still stands- anyone think they can crawl through this dry creek bed is welcome to try..
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    need RT assistance on a 4 speed tranny

    I have a 60 4 speed and I'm stuck in reverse. I've pulled the gear shift lever out and here is what it looks like- to quote another mudder he said: Take the shift lever out and look inside the top cover (with a flashlight) at the shift rod slots. There are 3 of them and all 3 slots have to...
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    stuck in reverse -real time help

    I have removed the gear shift lever and according to this post: Take the shift lever out and look inside the top cover (with a flashlight) at the shift rod slots. There are 3 of them and all 3 slots have to line up straight across. Use a large screw driver or a pry bar to line them up. When...
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    need a little advice - real time

    I'm changing out my drive belts need a little assistance- If anyone is around im at 1024 Audubon off Park across from the golf course between goodlett & cherry. Any help would be appreciated David
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    Changing drive belts on a 60..

    Does anyone have a link to a good thread? Used search and didn't really come up with anything. Thanks.
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    1983 Toyota Land Cruiser

    I realize 83 fj40s are scarce but 35k with some rust? It does have <50K miles.. 1983 Toyota Land Cruiser FJ40 Factory ac and ps RARE!!!
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    Toyota Parts Superstore

    Looking for cheap OEM parts? check these guys out- Toyota Parts Superstore I placed this order yesterday. _________________________________________________________________ Mechanical Catalog - 1985 - Toyota - LandCruiser Electrical, Ignition system, Cable set, Cable set, land cruiser...
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    any of you guys think you could crawl through this??

    starts off pretty easy then gets harder..
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    Alternator or Starter problems..

    go see Dave at Dave's Armature: Dave's Armature Service 3898 Jackson Ave Memphis, TN 38128 901-372-0620 Driving in from AR on friday my alternator went out- none of the usual suspects had one in stock. toyota referred me to these guys so i stopped by on saturday morning, they put it on...
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    anyone know of a non ethanol gas station

    in the area? It makes a huge difference. Today i filled up just south of Providence AR (filled to the top- literally) and my gas gauge was still on top of the white when I rolled across the bridge, 100+ miles. I thought i had stuck the float.. Never went above 60 and i bet i was getting close to...
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