FREE 1965 fj40 steering column/shifter

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I will never have any use for this but hate to throw it away. Just pay shipping from 35811

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Cancelers in the turn signal, yeah!
 
Thanks Matt but I’m good to go in this area - unless there’s also the rubber insulator/spacer ring that sits under the horn ring 😆.
 
I need the turn signal arm and bracket for our 1971 build
You can buy new from Toyota for under $100! Why spend money on used when you can get new! I have two on the way to my house right now.

Check out post #36 here:

 
I'm a used parts kind of guy lol. Got one coming Tuesday. Nothing wrong with used parts. I'm building a 40 out of just that

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I'm a used parts kind of guy lol. Got one coming Tuesday. Nothing wrong with used parts. I'm building a 40 out of just that

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Understood Rob. I just hate seeing people spend 50-75% of the price of new (sometimes 100%!!!) on a 50 year old part, when a few more bucks will get you one that will last another 50 years. There are still so many parts new parts available for these 40's from Toyota, its awesome.
 
Yeah, I just did that. Didn’t realize I could get new. 🙄
 
on edit: where’d you get 84310-60022 from? Googling shows a later variant.
 
on edit: where’d you get 84310-60022 from? Googling shows a later variant.
I saw his post (in the link) and ordered two of them from Vescovo in New Mexico online. I checked the part number on this toyota parts lookup website i use to look up parts by year, sorry dont have that website handy on my phone. Dont have them in hand yet, ordered last Friday.
 
on edit: where’d you get 84310-60022 from? Googling shows a later variant.
Is this what youre talking about? Note the description for year and model. This is not the correct photo for this description and i suspect wrong for the part #.

I dont really trust stock photos online for toyota parts. I usually fo to Ebay as sellers usually have photos of the ACTUAL item.

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Yup TPD, and others like amayama and dealerships don’t show pics. One of the eBay hits showed a RHD version. I’m not a very good parts hunter.
 

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