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AVAILABLE 7X SERIES PARTS--USA MARKET

Discussion in '70-Series Tech' started by beno, Apr 15, 2015.

  1. beno

    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Hi All:

    Figured I would start a thread that chronicles 7x specific parts that are available through normal Toyota procurement lines here in the USA market.

    Obviously, we know that 7x series parts are available here as a fluke due to the suppport needed for the mining industry in North America (Canada, US, Mexico, Central America).

    While most of these parts are 7x specific, there is a lot of cross-over as we all know. Chassis components were the same with 6x vehicles of the 1980's. Then front end components became the same as US 80 series components starting in 1999, and lots of other cross-over that is good for parts availability as well as stockpiling (one of my favorite hobbies...)

    I would prefer this thread be only as a place where we discuss parts, the cross-reference-ability, availability, pricing, usage, etc.

    There are a lot of experts in the 7x series forum who have great knowledge on these topics, so I hope that folks like @rick_d, @cruiserdan, @Hulsty, @lostmarbles, @Akella, @crushers, @roscoFJ73, @ForealBoreal, @cruiseroutfit and others (sorry if I missed your name) will chime in to correctly indicate information so we don't have a myriad of opinions and we stick with facts. :) This place can also be a place to discuss discontinued Toyota items and work-arounds.

    These parts can be diesel-specific, petrol-specific, chassis and engine specific, etc. Ideally any and all parts.

    I know there is a thread in the diesel/24v section of MUD, but since there are so many variants of these vehicles across 30 years of manufacture, it is worth while also including things like body parts, electrical components--everything 7x specific. The specific thread in the Diesel/24V section seems to specifically deal mostly with engine components, thus it seems reasonable to have a more encompassing thread for everything 7x specific. I have linked the diesel thread sticky here for a direct shot: https://forum.ih8mud.com/threads/the-diesel-part-number-thread-no-chit-chat-or-parts-requests.42417/

    If folks don't see this venture as useful or educational, then I will be happy to delete it. :)

    I hope many folks can contribute as we can then build a really good database for current and future 7x series owners.

    Best regards.
    -onur
     
  2. beno

    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Since I started this thread, figure I might as well post my findings....

    :)

    These parts below were ordered for a 1985 BJ70-MR vehicle (FST, STD, 3B/H55/vacuum split case):

    Front Grille (black, non-chrome, has holes for the diesel emblem):

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    24V regulator:

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    Glowplugs (NipponDenso):

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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Glow plugs continued:

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    Center Exhaust portion:

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    Thermostat:

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    Brake Master Cylinder:

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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Windshield gasket (this has no channel for trim and is for a windshield that does fold down):

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    Cowl weatherstrip (at the back of the hood assy):

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    Valve cover gasket (3B engine):

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    Hood rests (for windshield to rest on. Has integrated locking mechanism):

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    Diesel gas cap:

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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Cap:

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    "Diesel" decal:

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    Tension springs for the clutch as well as for the brake pedals:

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    Brake and clutch pedal pads:

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    Accelerator pedal pad:

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    Great thread Onur. Thanks :)
     
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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Upper radiator hose:

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    Lower Radiator hose:

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    Screw grommets for the top of the glow plugs:

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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Fender spacers/gaskets for both sides:

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    Thanks for doing this. :cheers:
     
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    I have multiple invoices to myself and when I get some time I can put a list together. I do not have fancy pics in the wrappers/boxes for most of it because its on the truck......:lol:
     
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    Thanks. This is not an easy endeavor so it is much appreciated...
     
  13. beno

    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Well I like pics of parts as you know from back in the day of putting parts away in the warehouse. ;)

    But any information for a thread like this would be useful Dan. Thank you.
     
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    elkaholic Left turn ...freakin wipers! SILVER Star

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    I believe this is still in the system
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    It came with my 73 as a spare fuel filter. I think I'll just change the element itself, thank you. ;)
     
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    Sure is. Available through any Toyota dealer in the US. The actual element itself is 23303-56031-- also available from any Toyota dealer in the US.

    This filter is applicable to any Canadian or US 3B engine during the 1980's.

    Also applicable to 3B powered 4x/6x vehicles from the early 1980's (1980-1982) in the JDM.

    Also applicable to B and 3B powered trucks for the European market in the 1980's.

    Another good one which has a much wider application: 23303-64010 which is just the element itself. Again, available in the US market, but you will need a valid VIN to get this released from TMS, USA. Also, a parts guy willing to do the leg work to get this part. The whole assy (as pictured above): 23300-64080 and is not available in the US market.

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    elkaholic Left turn ...freakin wipers! SILVER Star

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    I have two on the shelf and one in the truck thanks to you.


    Does this filter assembly / element have a water separator? If so, that looks to be a good upgrade for the one I posted.
     
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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    3B Drive belts:

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    Ordered for my 1988 JDM BJ74: Rubber brake lines, disk brake rotors and axle / Birfield C-clips 20150326_101337.jpg 20150325_110000.jpg 20150325_173843.jpg
     
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    beno Gihee Arakawa Moderator GOLD Star

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    Nice work. Rotors and inner c-clips are the same as the 6x iterations. Most of the soft lines are 6x iterations as well (with subtle differences)

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    Malahki SILVER Star

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    Do I get extra points for any parts not installed that I am hoarding on a shelf?

    Again 1988 JDM BJ74: Signal flasher (24v), clutch booster seal (RHD) and the plastic hood support rod clips 20150416_075047.jpg 20150416_075101.jpg 20150416_075200.jpg
     
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