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Cone Washers Question

Discussion in '40- & 55-Series Tech' started by VA.CRUISER, Mar 6, 2007.

  1. VA.CRUISER

    VA.CRUISER

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    Hey guys what all can you get cone washers from to fit Aisin hubs. Does the 4 Runners use them in the ADD hubs? Or does anyone have some for sale I need enough for both hubs and don't want to have to spend $$$ on them :D



    Thanks,
    Burl
     
  2. John Smith

    John Smith In the garage

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    I know minitruck manual hubs use the same cone washer. I don't see why Toyota would put a differnt conewasher to hold on the ADD but I don't know for certain. Hit the junkyard with a caliper and let us know if they are the same. Or just call Ryan, he will know as he used to have ADD on his 4Runner.
     
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    after two unsuccesful trips to the junk yard to find them, i finally chose to buy them new from trail gear (awhile ago)
     
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    I'm not sure what ADD is.

    Wanna go ride bikes?


    JK, I do know that the IFS hub is identical except for the inner ring.

    I grab all the cone washers I can find at P&P, most people leave them on the ground when the pull the knuckles/birfs out of a rig.

    Edit, the guy at the foreign auto dismanteler here in town knows to keep them, he has a bucket full in the back. You might check with a local yard in your area.
     
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    i have a set of them here...good condition

    $24.00 for a set of 12

    Best Regards

    Gord
     
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    i have gotten them from the dealer also.. Not too bad, $$ wise.. A buck or two each washer...
     
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    They are the same.



    Automatic Driveline Disconnect, iirc.


    :beer:
     
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    My dealer gets $5.00 each for them. I've tried all the PNPs in the area and most are clueless about what they are. I've spent as little as .50 ea. and that was at a local parts store. I guess you can get them some where besides Toyota. HTH
     
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    Should post up the name of the store and the generic part number that you found for this application.....
     
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    VA.CRUISER

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    Thanks guys I know where a couple of 4runners are so I'll check them out ;)
     
  12. CruisinGA

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    80 series work too...
     
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    Marlin sells them to if you are in a pinch.
    For a small piece of steel, they sure aren't cheap.