diesel filler neck part number???

Discussion in 'Diesel Tech / 24 volts' started by marc84FJ60, Mar 3, 2007.

  1. marc84FJ60

    marc84FJ60

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    Hello everyone.

    I am doing a Cummins repower in my 84 FJ60. The diesel fill neck has a bigger hole for the bigger diesel nozzles at the gas station. My FJ was a gas engine before.

    Can someone tell me the Part Number or If someone has a VIN from a FJ60 with a diesel they can share I can look it up at my toyota dealer.

    Thanks for any help

    Marc
     
  2. In2cruisers

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    I swapped mine when doing the swap but...there are only a couple spot welds holding the inner neck in place...should not be hard to break free and your good to go
     
  3. BlueHZT60

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    On mine, I just spent some time with a chisel and took out unleaded restricter. DO BE CAREFULL, I later had to take it all apart and seal a small tear in the outer tube. It's not too hard to remove. If you do that you could cut our the insides, clean it up and re-install.

    Bob
     
  4. roscoFJ73

    roscoFJ73

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    Try an ad in the classifieds for a used diesel filler tube
     
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    like the others say, as I did also, pound it out as it is pretty easy to do.

    Daryl
     
  6. marc84FJ60

    marc84FJ60

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    thanks

    Good stuff guys.

    I will post an add and gently persusde the old one out.

    I will have a question about the fuel lines next.


    There are 6 lines or more off my tank. WTF?

    I was hoping for some news on a supply return and vent.

    Take care

    Marc
     
  7. roscoFJ73

    roscoFJ73

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    The fuel tubes are easy to change ,at least on a 70 series.

    As for the supply line,the FJ60 should have 3 lines to the engine bay ,one to the fuel pump,one as a return back to the tank and one to the charcoal filter for venting.
    Diesels only have two so you just block/remove the vent line.
    Some diesels send the excess fuel back to the filter instead of the tank so check to see what the cummins does.

    Ignore the 6 lines on the tank,they mostly go round in circles so its really 3 lines:D
     
  8. HZJ60 Guy

    HZJ60 Guy Tank Buster

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    The guys up at Radd Cruisers bouth a new one for my truck. You might contact them.
     
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    I took a hole saw to mine, worked great...
     
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    What's the diameter required for the opening? I haven't gotten to that part on mine yet.
     
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