1992 fj80 Bolt size for passenger seats

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  1. swinny84

    swinny84

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    I took my second row passenger seats out last summer and I misplaced the bolts for them. Does anyone know off hand what size I need to replace them? I can't find any information on this.
     
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    I know on my 93 they are the same as the front and the anchors for the third row seats in the floor use the same bolts. You can take one of those out and try to match it at the hardware store. I’m pretty sure you can still get them from Toyota too.
     
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    maxamillion2345 Can you really overland without 40s?

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    Id guess m12x1.25 or m14x1.5, leaning towards the latter. Toyota is pretty consistent in their bolt pitches too so if you can come up with a hole diameter then you'll know. Id bet m14 though
     
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    M10 x 1.25

    All rows are the same size

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    Hey @CaptClose

    Can U please elaborate on your handy dandy unique thread pitch gunge , i see it measures " Fine " nuts Too over a post ?

    this seems like a Must have tool :)

    In other words I must have one !

    I have never seen this elaborate set up before

    Thanks
     
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    Sure Matt...

    It’s not really unique, just an ordinary nut and bolt gauge you can pickup at most hardware stores. I use mine all the time. I think I got it for free at Fastener store.

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    I don’t really use it for nuts because there’s just way more bolts on a Cruiser.

    Anyway, just take your bolt and slide it into the hole that fits best and then check the thread pitch by laying it across the pitch gauge. Couldn’t be easier.

    Here’s an amazon link, but I think you can get these cheaper (or free) locally.

    Stainlesstown Nut Bolt Thread Gauge (Blue) https://www.amazon.com/dp/B00XUUGKTC/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_api_4CH1AbFXDAMSR
     
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    i have something similar but it does not dive deep into the metric system like your does

    Thanks for link
     
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    this is what is have and it Blo#s !

    no back side detail

    heavy on SAE light on the Metric system :mad:

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    Yeah man... yours just looks vintage. Get the upgrade brother haha
     
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    is the U.S. version of the 92 fj80 also metric? Just want to be sure before i go buy something, thank you.
     
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    Yes, all metric.
     
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