FJ60 crank pulley nut

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Does anyone know the size of the nut on the crankshaft? My pulley broke and I have to replace it. The problem is that it is about 5 hours away so I can't measure it lol. Thanks in advance.
 
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It's 46mm IIRC, I think the socket I used was a 3/4" drive 1 15/16" Craftsman with a 3/4"-1/2" adapter. The standard Craftsman socket/adapter combo will probably be easier to find than an actual 46mm socket.

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Thanks for the reply Mike. Do you remember the size of the socket? The main problem is that the vehicle isn't near a town/city with any type of socket store thus I am trying to return prepared with the correct socket size. I should have measured at the time but spaced it.
 

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46mm = 1-13/16"

SK Hand Tool 34096 - 46mm Front Wheel Bearing Retainer Socket - 1/2 Drive Impact

1/2" drive is a little easier to work with since most people don't have 3/4" air tools or ratchets. Also, the 1/2' will fit with the rad and shroud still in there.

Boise, you know there's an aftermarket crank pulley that's avail that's solid and much cheaper than an OEM... You buying used or new ?
 
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46mm = 1-13/16"

SK Hand Tool 34096 - 46mm Front Wheel Bearing Retainer Socket - 1/2 Drive Impact

Boise, you know there's an aftermarket crank pulley that's avail that's solid and much cheaper than an OEM... You buying used or new ?

I picked up a used one to at least get me through a little while. I tried to get the aftermarket but the places I tried had it backordered. I've had good luck with the used parts from cruiserparts.net so I'll give it a shot. It also cost about $217 less than the aftermarket part and about $535 less than the toyota part.

I haven't changed a crank pulley before. Is it very difficult?

Thanks for all the info everyone. Much appreciated.

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If possible I would befriend the local Toyota folks. I have managed to build a pretty good relationship with the guys at the local Toyota and they have let me borrow a couple of the specialized tools that I have needed....including a 46mm socket for the crank pulley nut on my 60...
 

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If possible I would befriend the local Toyota folks. I have managed to build a pretty good relationship with the guys at the local Toyota and they have let me borrow a couple of the specialized tools that I have needed....including a 46mm socket for the crank pulley nut on my 60...


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