Builds 2L-T vs 2L-TII LJ70 Build

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(LH) Driver's side window works again smoothly.
Seals where hastily replaced by the painter, but the real culprit was the corner seal that sits atop the inside run was bent. There are (2) bolts that hold the vertical run in place at the door panel, but there are an additional (2) screws that sit under the seal that need to come out. If I were betting, this piece got bent by someone trying to pry it out not knowing about the (2) screws under the seal. Anyway it straightened out fairly well and the window rolls up and down with little force. As always thanks to those who have pointed me in the right direction @ALEXY & @RMP&O .

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I decided to make a face for the 3 gauges I purchased and go for a more stock look.
ABS Stock is 1/4" and the template is 25mm at the bottom, 22mm at the top, and 18mm wide.

Additionally, I found decent option for 3rd hole of Instrument Cluster.
While the first 2 gauges are 55mm, the center one is 60mm, but so far this gets a thumbs up for value and versatility. I installed this GPS gauge that reads in MPH or KMPH or NMPH for those water crossings. It also has a volts gauge, odometer, and built in clock. So far, I'm more than happy with it. Takes less than a minute to get a lock on the satellites.

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Very nice Don.
I may have to look into one of those. I just keep my GPS on the window, and I am pretty quick with the conversions.
 
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Thanks, Kris! I wasn't getting any better with the conversions, especially the with the distances, so I threw down the card.
 
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@4runnermods, sorry about the late reply, I was knee deep in another project and have been away for a while.
I can't speak to whether or not this crosses to an 1985 pick-up, but tie rods seem to be some very specific parts.

Sankei Industry Part number is SE-2740LX or 45040-60985X

Those are the numbers for the SET, not left and right. My vehicle is a LH Drive. RH calls for another part.
Just FYI, these 1984-1989 LHD LJ70 tie rods have totally different part numbers than any other Land Cruiser tie rods,
so I wouldn't expect they cross, but who knows.

To get the straight scoop, I'd call Kurt at @cruiseroutfit, seems like he has everything in stock ready to ship to whatever series you may have.

Good luck with it, and hope that helps.
Don

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Yup, we have all of the Land Cruiser and Land Cruiser Prado kits in stock and ready to ship!
 
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Dredging up an old subject here, but would you happen to know the part number for the single mass flywheel you used? I've got a friend with a 2LT Hilux Surf with a trashed dual mass flywheel and he wants to convert to single mass. I've dug around a bunch and found some part numbers, but I can't tell if they are the ones for the 6-bolt solid, 8-bolt solid, or 8-bolt dual mass.
 
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@AirheadNut , I believe 1988 and prior used the 6 Bolt and 1989 and later used the 8 bolt crank & flywheel.
I have an 1989 so my first generation 2-LT solid / single mass flywheel was compatible with my 2-LTII engine and crank. Part Number is 13405-59066 (But please do a secondary search. That is the number I have penned down in my notes). If I remember correctly it has 101 teeth on that flywheel.
Not a cheap item. Well over $500 new.
Flywheel Part numbers are buried in DIY in the "crankshaft and piston" section, not power train section.
Hope that helps.
Don
 
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