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1fz-FE FZJ80 Timing Chain KIT Part Numbers HELP

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by NorCalFJ100, Jan 12, 2018.

  1. NorCalFJ100

    NorCalFJ100

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    Okay everyone. I have searched and did find this thread: Timing chain kit..... Part Number - which was helpful. I am getting the short block rebuilt. I am going to have them install a new timing chain, etc...I am trying to get all the part numbers of everything I need. I understand there is 3 o rings that are needed when replacing the timing chain cover? Is someone familiar with this? Or is the list below absolutely everything that is needed for the shop to install my chain, etc? Thanks everyone and perhaps this thread will help for anyone in the future.

    As it is, this is my list:
    13540-66011: Timing chain tensioner
    13559-66011: Chain slipper
    13561-66010: Chain damper
    13506-66010: Timing chain
    15188-66020: Oil Pump Gasket
    15147-66020: Oil Strainer Gasket
    15785-66010: Oil Cooler Gasket x 2
    90311-52022: Seal Type T Oil (not totally sure what this is, but was told I need it)
     
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    Contact Mud member beno, he can tell you the part numbers you need, plus he can sell you all those other Toyota parts your looking for too.
     
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    NorCalFJ100

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    @Rifleman - Thank you!! @beno let me know if you are able to take a peek at this thread. I think I found the location of the O rings I am after. See the picture below. I was also told I need a copper crush washer that is for a bolt on the front of the oil pan?

    I know this timing chain almost never goes bad, but in the event someone needs to do the crazy service at least this thread will have every part number needed. Haha.

    Thanks everyone!!!!
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