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'91 80 US drivers side clutch pedal parts

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by lagwagon, Dec 5, 2003.

  1. lagwagon

    lagwagon

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    I am installing a 350TBI and H55F in my '91 80 and need part numbers to all I would need to do a factory clutch pedal set up.
    Can any one help. I would like to have a non US parts cd if they are available too.
    Thanks, Jeff
     
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    The EPC CD's are on Yankee Toys. Good luck getting them to work.
    -B-
     
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    very cool! :D
    Thanks for the info!
    Jeff (envious of the landpimp collection)
     
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    Have you tried SOR. For a while they offered a 5 speed for the 80. I'd imagine they would have the peddle setup to operate it.
     
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    SOR wanted $750.00 for pedals. I personally really like Marv and he has given me good deals but I know I can do better than that price somehow. That would go a long way for a trip to Europe, maybe.
     
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    [quote author=Beowulf link=board=2;threadid=8461;start=msg71901#msg71901 date=1070668487]
    The EPC CD's are on Yankee Toys. Good luck getting them to work.
    -B-
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    Puritan. Don't be so negative :slap:
    Get use to it as time goes on this and other nonToyota mods will become common.
    Do we need a 80 HardCore (adult)section as to not offend the weak at hart? :D
     
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    [quote author=lagwagon link=board=2;threadid=8461;start=msg71928#msg71928 date=1070671431]
    SOR wanted $750.00 for pedals. [/quote]

    Wow, I shopped there several times but never purchased. They are incredibly expensive. Good luck.
     
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    Jeff,
    Keep us updated on your project. Pic's and details, details details.
    How did you get 2 80's for parts?
     
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    My plans for the '91 80 are 350TBI,H55F,203,'87 splitcase. I think it is the best setup I've seen and my wife hates autos. The H55F is so nice compared to the Chevy trannies. I will definitely post pics. The parts Cruisers just kinda happened :D and are helping support my projects.
     
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    [quote author=lagwagon link=board=2;threadid=8461;start=msg72103#msg72103 date=1070692982]
    . The parts Cruisers just kinda happened :D and are helping support my projects.
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    "just kinda happened" I like that. I could of used that many times when working on my 80 :D

    Like when I killed the rear diff actuator housing driving off the jack stands. I could of said "it just kinda happened"
    Now I will spend the day modifing all my past posts :D
     
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    >> Puritan. Don't be so negative <<

    Kurt,
    I wasn't being negative about the manual tranny. I was wishing him luck on getting the Toyota EPC disks to work. I got them to work but with 2 CD drives and some "tweaking."

    -B-
     
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    [quote author=landtoy80 link=board=2;threadid=8461;start=msg72121#msg72121 date=1070714197]

    Like when I killed the rear diff actuator housing driving off the jack stands.
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    A .wav file of that would be priceless. Uh, anybody identify this sound?
     
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    [quote author=Beowulf link=board=2;threadid=8461;start=msg72322#msg72322 date=1070763603]
    >> Puritan. Don't be so negative <<

    Kurt,
    I wasn't being negative about the manual tranny. I was wishing him luck on getting the Toyota EPC disks to work. I got them to work but with 2 CD drives and some "tweaking."

    -B-
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    B-
    Sorry, let me buy you a turkey :D

    landsndsea,
    The sound of the actuator being crushed or the sound from inside the cab when I felt the 80 fall off the jack stands or the sound when I looked under the 80 or the sound when I found out how $$$ the actuator was???
     
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    A veritable(sp?) symphony...