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JohnnyC

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This may help out some....found some carb kits for land cruisers..they also carry points

TOYOTA FJ40 2F LAND CRUISER CARB KIT 1979
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_2f_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1979-34-116.htm

1969 - 1975
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_det...43_fj45_fj55_land_cruiser_carb_kit-34-117.htm

aug 1966 -
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_fj43_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1966-34-118.htm

1967-68
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_fj43_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1967_1968-34-119.htm

aug 1980 -
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_fj45_fj60_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1980_-34-120.htm

mar-sep 1969
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1969-34-121.htm

sep71-mar73
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1971_1973-34-122.htm

mar73-sep73
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1973-34-123.htm

aug73-aug75
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1973_1975-34-124.htm

jan75-sep75
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1975-34-125.htm

TOYOTA FJ40 LAND CRUISER CARB KIT 1975 - 1976
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1975_1976-34-126.htm

TOYOTA FJ40 LAND CRUISER CARB KIT 1976 - 1980
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj40_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1976_1980-34-127.htm

TOYOTA FJ60 FJ61 LAND CRUISER CARB KIT 1980 - 1984
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_fj60_fj61_land_cruiser_carb_kit_1980_1984-34-128.htm

TOYOTA FJ60 LAND CRUISER SECONDARY DIAPHRAGM 1981 - 87
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_det...ruiser_secondary_diaphragm_1981_87-34-129.htm

TOYOTA STOUT RK100 CARB KIT 1967 - 1970
http://www.siriusconinc.com/pro_detail-toyota_stout_rk100_carb_kit_1967_1970-34-130.htm
 

JohnnyC

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thanks....however, looks like it was posted before...i should have looked LOL

but...does anybody else have places to get aftermarket kits?
 

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JohnnyC
Hygrade kit #791B for later models '76 up includes the secondary diaphram for about $40.00.
Think JimC uses this kit, he may chime in?

Thanks jb
 
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Try your local Napa or other large parts dealer for Hygrade.

Actually, some of the Keyster kits shown in the first post contain main jets and slow jets and you don't normally see these parts. If you need them, these would be a good buy.
 
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So which one is the better buy for a carby rebuild? I'm ignorant of these matters but need to rebuild my 1977 FJ40 carby. Thanks in advance!
 
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I used the hygrade. Worked well and has the secondary diaphragm. The only place I could find it and not get bent over the barrel with shipping was rockauto.com bit it wasn't 40 bucks that's for sure.
 
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Thanks Byrd hntr. I am up for 40 bucks for the kit in the US, and 36 for postage to Oz, it seems. I'll check out the local prices before I order. It still is a reasonable price according to what I've heard other Aussies pay for it.
 
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I want the Hygrade that was in the video because it came with the 2 extra diaphragms. The Keyster pics, suck in the '78 model section,
In the video the numbers meant some thing.
I did recognize the meter rods from the video. Will the numbers be the same?
I know you dont know but I wonder. I am buying a kit before Sat..
Try your local Napa or other large parts dealer for Hygrade.

Actually, some of the Keyster kits shown in the first post contain main jets and slow jets and you don't normally see these parts. If you need them, these would be a good buy.
 
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Got mine from here:

Search for Auto Parts Online at Woody's Auto Supply

Search: HYG-791b


It included all the diaphrams you are looking for.
The problem I have with woody's is the "Special Order or Export Fees: A $3.00 Special Order Fee Applies to Orders Under $100.00": equaling 14.95? Ok I live in the USA so Im not exporting it, and this is not a special order its something you have in stock. So the 40 dollar carb kit ends up costing $70 anyway with all the silly add ons that woodys has. Conversly rockauto.com has them for 40 bucks and 6 dollars priority mail. Easy decision for me anyway.
 
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I bought the kit from woody's. I see what you mean about that side dicking charge. I sucked it up though.
One fact is that their web site sucks as far as navigation.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

pR


The problem I have with woody's is the "Special Order or Export Fees: A $3.00 Special Order Fee Applies to Orders Under $100.00": equaling 14.95? Ok I live in the USA so Im not exporting it, and this is not a special order its something you have in stock. So the 40 dollar carb kit ends up costing $70 anyway with all the silly add ons that woodys has. Conversly rockauto.com has them for 40 bucks and 6 dollars priority mail. Easy decision for me anyway.
 
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I bought the kit from woody's. I see what you mean about that side dicking charge. I sucked it up though.
One fact is that their web site sucks as far as navigation.
Thanks for pointing me in the right direction.

pR
Maybe I'm just a cheap bastard. Or have way too much time on my hand to compare prices, but 30 bucks buys a lot of brewskis to help facilitate the carb rebuilding process.

I like cruiserouttfitters too they seem to be reputable. They are on my bookmark list for the future.
 

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