C-Dan Parts???

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by landtoy80, Sep 13, 2003.

  1. landtoy80

    landtoy80

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    Are there any parts for a FZJ80 that you can't get? Frame,body etc.
    In throry, could one order all parts and make a, lets say 94FZJ80 (as it is the best year) :D and have a new LC?
    What would the cost be???
    I am on my way to getting a new LC with all the parts I have on my 80 8)
     
  2. cruiserdan

    cruiserdan SupportingVendor Emeritus Moderator

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    Well,

    There are some items that are not serviced. If you really want a quote, send your credit card to........ ::)


    To build one off the shelf would easily exceed 100k and most likely go much higher.
     
  3. landtoy80

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    I guess I will stick with replacing things as they go.
     
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    Kurt,
    C-Dan cannot get the front axle bump stops for a '93 and I would think a new frame would be hard to get.
    ;)
    -B-
     
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    cruiserdan SupportingVendor Emeritus Moderator

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    UM, B-

    Can too. And no, they are not. They are a pile of cash though. ::)
     
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    landtoy80

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    As the late Jonny Cash would say " I'll build it one piece at a time"
     
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    Kurt - just start with the VSV :flipoff2:

    B -- some 94's had 'em too. :flipoff2: I ended up with energy suspension bump stops in the front anyway. :-X
     
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    I know you can get one for the a BJ70 :D Because the PO was a total tool and didnt clean the frame out after wheeling but always had the body coated every winter so I end up with a rust free body and one rusted out mess for a frame :'( I just had to order it from Toyota Canada dealer so they can build it in Japan, then miss the boat, so put it on a plane and send it to LAX then to Toronto then to BC so I can get it shipped to me in the NE US .Shipping cost only $150 us (or 5000Gs can.) for the whole thing :flipoff2:
    Now I just need C-Dan to be able to hook me up with some other parts for it (like a rear pass side barn door ) :D
     
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    Koffer - should I just spread my legs so you can get a clean shot next time you kick us in the nutz? :flipoff2:

    After being down there, I'm surprised you don't just happen to have a spare galvanized frame for it laying around somewhere. :flipoff2:
     
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    Well I will get around to getting the new one in the shop galvanized .if I could find it in that mess :D

    BTW Junk, if Tom brings his camera tomorrow I'll take some shots of the ladder for you . Standard mug shots ? front/side or what ever you need
     
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    [quote author=Koffer link=board=2;threadid=5242;start=msg41015#msg41015 date=1063512195]
    BTW Junk, if Tom brings his camera tomorrow I'll take some shots of the ladder for you . Standard mug shots ? front/side or what ever you need [/quote]
    Just no close up of the welds - I don't want my eyes to go bad :flipoff2:. Seriously now, one that shows it's mount to the swingarm beam, one that shows it's profile (so I can see spacing to rear) and one facial shot (of the ladder :flipoff2:). Tell Tom I said hi. Thanks.[​IMG]
     
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