Wanted Allentown PA, FJ62 rear heater hard lines

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I was working on installing a new carpet kit and made the mistake of unbolting the rear heater and daring to raise it up slightly to clean under it. That little movement was enough to crack the nearest hard lines which were basically held together with rust.

I see that $OR has used sets for sell. But I'm hoping that someone may have an old set they took off to remove the rear heater that are in good shape and gathering dust. If not then I'll order from them.

From the diagram, 67 is my immediate need but I'm sure once I start touching these things I'll need 71 and 65 as well. So ill take any of the hard lines or factory bent hoses that are in good shape.

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I was working on installing a new carpet kit and made the mistake of unbolting the rear heater and daring to raise it up slightly to clean under it. That little movement was enough to crack the nearest hard lines which were basically held together with rust.

I see that $OR has used sets for sell. But I'm hoping that someone may have an old set they took off to remove the rear heater that are in good shape and gathering dust. If not then I'll order from them.

From the diagram, 67 is my immediate need but I'm sure once I start touching these things I'll need 71 and 65 as well. So ill take any of the hard lines or factory bent hoses that are in good shape.

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[USER=10]@3_puppies[/USER] / Paul may have this

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thanks, @ToyotaMatt
I have a set still on a rig, I can crawl under it tomorrow and have a look.

your best bet is to use all new hoses and prefer not to use worm drive clamps as they have a tendency to deform the tubes
Thanks @3_puppies i appreciate you taking a look for me!

And yes, my plan was to go with brand new hoses, but great tip on the clamps!


paul ,

is this the type of OEM toyota clamp you are recommending now ?

the Pre-Loaded Spring Tension ONLY type ?






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wire hose clamps => constant tension band clamps
96112-10250 (ID=25) => 90467-21010 (lite gauge 90467-22004)
96112-10330 (ID=33) => 96134-52600
90460-49062 (ID=49) => 90466-41003 or 90466-A0026
96111-10500 (ID=50) => 90466-41003 or 90466-A0026
90460-58013 (ID=58) =>




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