80 Series General Tech and Classifieds

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I picked up this pretty much stock 80 (1996 locked) minus some OME springs as a complete impulse buy. I was going to sell my built LX (which I did) and keep a stock locked 80 in the heard. However, I've decided I am getting out of 80s all together and diving into my 60 and 55 in a big way. So, this one needs to find a new home. Rust fee (minus the little spot below back glass it was patched before and after pics) , southern truck, clean car fax, 251k. Solid build able truck or rip the springs out throw some stock spring back in it and roll with it bone stock. Chris and Rob checked it out for a local buyer already, he decided he now wants a 100 and not an 80. $8500 firm takes it home and that will include an OME steering stabilizers and the Slee 2nd batter tray, windshield relocate bracket etc. The longer it sits the more work I will do to it and the price will go up. Would love to see it stay local. Would also consider trader or partial trade on 60/62, 100, 40/45, or a 1st gen Tundra with v8.

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WTB a cleanish, sub 200k miles, ‘91-92 3FE FJ80. Stock is better. Prefer white.

Have a new engine, unlocked ‘94 80 on 35”s, a triple locked 80 with 300k and 315”s, and a 2011 Tundra if you want to add cash.

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That’s the least expensive Land Cruiser out there. You should have no problem finding one.
Guy has a pretty clean one local, 175k, but the AC repairs and a couple of other little things make it not worth it. $1000-1500 on these trucks prices gets a lot more vehicle.
 

jfz80

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Clean looking stock n locked 80 in your neck of the woods

 
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Is anyone tripping over an 80 series steering box in their garage? Do you want to get that leaky mess out of your garage and into someone else's?

If so, hit me up. I needs. Obviously just in time to miss Crawl shipping :lol:
 

FJ60Cam

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Is anyone tripping over an 80 series steering box in their garage? Do you want to get that leaky mess out of your garage and into someone else's?

If so, hit me up. I needs. Obviously just in time to miss Crawl shipping :lol:
I'll have one soon. Not only does it leak, but it has twisted splines! Free shipping, too.
 

FJ60Cam

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Tempting. Would you run that on the road? The leaks are an easy fix but I'm not sure how lucky I feel.
Would I or have I been driving it on the road like that for the past three years? :D

I’ve since bought another box that I’m sending off to be rebuilt with a 105 shaft. I think the splines on that one are straight - you’re welcome to the shaft from that box if you’re going in.
 
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Would I or have I been driving it on the road like that for the past three years? :D

I’ve since bought another box that I’m sending off to be rebuilt with a 105 shaft. I think the splines on that one are straight - you’re welcome to the shaft from that box if you’re going in.

Dope. Holler when you getter off
 
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