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Cruiser Front Axle Etc. in Oregon

Discussion in 'Classifieds - Parts' started by ToyotaJeep, Nov 21, 2003.

  1. ToyotaJeep

    ToyotaJeep

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    I have a few left over Cruiser parts that need to go. All parts are OBO!!!

    1. I have a complete drum to drum front end out of a 1973 FJ55. It seems tight and has selectro hubs. $125.00

    2. I have a spare third member out of a 1975. It has a loose outer pinion bearing, but was working when pulled. It seems tight other than the bad bearing. $25.00

    3. 4 FJ55 springs. They seem nice and they include shackles etc. $75.00

    4. 2 Core SM420 4-speeds $30.00 for the pair

    5. Cruiser three speed and shifter tower, $20.00

    6. 1 1980 mini truck front end for the disks. I had some adaptors machined that allow the use of the cruiser tie rod with the mini truck arms. The package includes a new passenger side tie rod end. Complete package $180.00 I will take a bit less if I can keep the housing and third member.

    7. A small box of misc. little interior parts.

    All prices are OBO.

    Location: South Central Oregon, Klamath Falls.

    Contact: EMail me at radjad@kfalls.net or here on the board.

    Thanks
     
  2. customcruiser

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    are the 55 springs for all 4 corners??

    i use to live in medford back in elementry school
     
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    I wanna use rancho 44044 or 55 rear leafs if its two sets of rear, i want but probally not
     
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    There are two fronts and two rears off of the 55.

    I also have some waggy springs, two fronts and two rears off of 70's waggys.

    Thanks, ROB
     
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    customcruiser Old Member

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    do you have some measurements for the waggy springs?? eye to eye?? center pin holes??

    not to fimilar with the waggy springs

    but thanks
     
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    Not off of the top of my head. Any of the extreme 4x4 sites such as Pirate will have lots of info on the waggys. I'm sure that you know that this is a common swap on the mini's. Do a search in the truck section and there will be more than you wanted to know!


    ROB
     
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    thanks rob

    i'll let you know if i need
     
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    customcruiser Old Member

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    found that for the fj40 most use the front leafs (2 sets)

    do you have 2 sets of fronts?? not likely but just checking

    how much $$ for the fronts
     
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    I apologize for taking a bit of time to respond. It looks like I have developed a use for the springs for right now. It will be some time before I can get the two parts trucks to the shop to strip them so the current use is to hold up the Jeeps. I had hoped to get them stripped out sooner, but it looks like it will be awhile with the snow and all.

    Need any of the other stuff?

    Have a great thanksgiving, ROB