FSM

Discussion in '80-Series Tech' started by jroc, Sep 13, 2003.

  1. jroc

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    Looking at the SOR catalog (online and paper back in hand) I see the prices for every model year are different.....some by a lot. The one for the 96 is $116 + s/h. Is this good? I got my T100 FSM off ebay for 70 bucks....for the set of 2 books. They list for over $150. It's rare that a LC FSM for 96 comes up....or so for the last year or s that I've been looking.
     
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    1-800-622-2033 will get you a new one from Toyota. Be aware that the manuals are not top quality book as the binding falls apart with much use. I had the fj60 manual replaced as it fell apart and now the 80 one is doing the same.
     
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    [quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=5246;start=msg40925#msg40925 date=1063485369]










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    [/quote]? SOR or the price?
     
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    Where you've been looking.
     
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    I've recently seen an electronic version (PDF) of the 97 beater edition. :flipoff2:
     
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    ..................oh, and it is OEM FSM :flipoff2:
     
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    [quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=5246;start=msg41031#msg41031 date=1063515852]
    Where you've been looking.
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    Didn't move over to the IH8MUD at the time the SOR board shut down. I thought they were still in good with most of yall guess I missed something........ :-\
     
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    [quote author=jroc link=board=2;threadid=5246;start=msg41086#msg41086 date=1063543885]
    Didn't move over to the IH8MUD at the time the SOR board shut down. I thought they were still in good with most of yall guess I missed something........ :-\
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    LOL no I don't think thats the cause of the "rolleyes." You need to ask C-dan were the absolute best place you can buy any OEM toyota part is with the added benefit of a smart shopper price and the knowing that you helped feed a dog. :D
     
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    [quote author=CruisinGA link=board=2;threadid=5246;start=msg41216#msg41216 date=1063590552]
    LOL no I don't think thats the cause of the "rolleyes." You need to ask C-dan were the absolute best place you can buy any OEM toyota part is with the added benefit of a smart shopper price and the knowing that you helped feed a dog. :D
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    Yeah he PM'd me I understand now. 8)
     
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    Hallelujah! You've seen the Toyota OEM parts light beaming down from Albequerque! 8)
    Dan's the Man :D
     
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    A-L-B-U-Q-U-E-R-Q-U-E...... ::)
     
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    Bailey,

    Don't let C-Dan bug you. We did a system conversion with data scrubbing a few months back and found Albuquerque was spelled over 100 uniquely different ways in our system. And that's by people that live here!

    -B-
     
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    [quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=5246;start=msg41232#msg41232 date=1063593952]


    A-L-B-U-Q-U-E-R-Q-U-E...... ::)
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    ALL BBQ, what???? :D
     
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    [quote author=cruiserdan link=board=2;threadid=5246;start=msg41232#msg41232 date=1063593952]
    A-L-B-U-Q-U-E-R-Q-U-E...... ::)[/quote]
    No one wants to live there anyway Cdan and B. :flipoff2: What state is NM in anyway, AZ? :p :flipoff2:
     
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    Don't you mean Nimmesota? :banana:
     
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