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5 spd value

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by BillNoy, Feb 21, 2007.

  1. BillNoy

    BillNoy

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    I can't post this on "for sale"( no price), but what is a reasonable price to expect to pay for a 5 spd tranny w/drive shafts ,bell housing ,etc. for a 60 ?( west coast if that makes a difference)
    Bill
     
  2. RredFJ40

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    cruiserparts.net. 1850? free shipping, they include some stuff but not the driveshafts. No need for a bell housing if you are swapping out a 4 speed that is post 10/84.
     
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    Yeah, I hear they are worth about $350, but I'll be glad to give you $450....:cool:
     
  5. Jan-78FJ40

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    depends very much on the condition.
    a new one can be had for 1800. A used on that needs a rebuild should not cost more than a few hundred. a good used one about 1000. the driveshafts are cheap, and the bellhousing mostly not necessary.
    j
     
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    i made the mistake of buying a used one from MAF and rebuilding it. it cost me more than a new one from cruiserdan.

    IIRC, cruiserdan wants ~$1650 for a new one. i bought my used one from MAF with transfer case for about the same money.
     
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    I purchased mine from Cruiserparts.net for their advertised price of 1800 or so. I also bought the drive shafts from then for a very reasonable price. Good luck.
     
  8. rick_d

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    rredfj40, incorrect dates.

    US FJ60's got the extension housing and 3F stamped bellhousing in April 1985 according to all toyota literature and parts notes.

    $1,850 is too much for a new H55.

    $1,000 is too much for an unknown used H55