HDJ 81 Part # Thread

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Because so many parts for these trucks are available off the shelf from North American Toyota or Lexus dealers and because so many aftermarket items are literally bolt ons - I would like to see a thread dedicated to the 81's hitting the roads here in Canada. Everything from oil filters to wipers, exhaust, belts and starters. Body parts is a grey area where many assume NA parts are the same but there can be big differences.

If you know of parts exlusive to JDM and not available in NA please list also.

Post em' if you have em'.

Model Year:
Item Description:
OEM Application:
Aftermarket:
JDM Part Number:
Toyota or Lexus #:
Price:
Satisfaction Rating: *
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Please stick to the above format without 'chat' to make the searching easier to use.
 
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Model Year: HDJ 1990
Item Description: Front Brake Pads
OEM Application: 95' 96' Lexus 450
Aftermarket:
JDM Part Number:
Toyota or Lexus #: 0446560020
Price: $95 pair
Satisfaction Rating: *****
 
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Seems to me the majority of rigs in the diesel section are NA - there are so many 81's here now and most know about the JDM section - no matter to me where it might get placed though. .02
 
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Model Year: HDJ 81 1990
Item Description: Alternator 70 Amp
OEM Application: 1991 Tercel
Aftermarket:
JDM Part Number:
Toyota or Lexus #: (Champion) 019-6658-8
Price: $230
Satisfaction Rating:

(Requires swapping pulley from OEM unit)

Thanks onefsatchevy
 
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Model Year: HDJ 81 1990
Item Description: Alternator 70 Amp
OEM Application: 1991 Tercel
Aftermarket:
JDM Part Number:
Toyota or Lexus #: (Champion) 019-6658-8
Price: $230
Satisfaction Rating:

(Requires swapping pulley from OEM unit)

Thanks onefsatchevy

Replaced the Champion one on my wife's 91 Tercel from crappy tire. Spent the next 3 days chasing an electrical ghost until I decided to take it back to get bench tested. Yep, new alternator was toast. Had them bench test two more champion ones. Both failed and another rebuilt one which also failed and there was nothing left in store. I went down to Gerry's Automotive where I got a USA brand rebuild and it hasn't looked back. Will post up the brand name and number when my wife comes back.
 
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Then in your case the satisfaction rating would be a big fat zero.

If we could keep the format clean and a short comment on modifications necessary for example.
 
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Model Year: HDJ 1990
Item Description: Front Brake Pads
OEM Application: 95' 96' Lexus 450
Aftermarket:
JDM Part Number:
Toyota or Lexus #: 0446560020
Price: $95 pair
Satisfaction Rating: *****


Dan, when I look at the DIY site, the part number you have listed above is for a cylinder kit.
[STRIKE]The pads show up for me as 04491-60170[/STRIKE] This number referred to a pad 'kit' that has since been discontinued, the new number for the pads as referenced to me by Toyota is 04465-60020, same as you quoted above.

I stand corrected :)

And rotors for those interested as 43512-60050
 
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Anyone have a PN list for 1HDT timing belt and water pump replacement and all associated parts like seals and tensioner pulley etc?
 
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Thanks so much @HillCountryTX !
I'm not sure if I need the 13568-17010 or 13568-19065 timing belt... how can I tell?

edit: nevermind, if you put in your VIN on partsouq.com, it will narrow it down.
 
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You are very welcome...I will be doing my own timing belt/etc. in about 50k kms as well, so it will be good to know and I would be asking the exact same questions as you :) And I do the same thing by using Partsouq/ToyoDIY/etc. to determine what parts are a fit for my 91 HDJ81 if I am in doubt. I am surprised at some of the different parts for the 90-92 HDJ81's versus 93+.
 
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This is what I ordered, I entered my VIN first, so I should have the right PNs for my 5/1993 HDJ81:

Timing Belt and associated parts (partsouq.com)
  • 13568-19065
    • $38.41
    • Timing Belt
  • 13505-17011
    • $96.52
    • Timing Belt Idler Pulley / Tensioner
  • 90507-27003
    • $4.97
    • Idler Pulley / Tensioner Spring
  • 16100-19235
    • $107.27
    • Water pump w gasket
  • 11213-17010
    • $11.26
    • Cover gasket
  • 90311-32020
    • $5.33
    • Oil pump seal
  • 90311-58006
    • $6.64
    • Oil seal (belt cover) No. 1
  • 90311-58007
    • $7.68
    • Oil seal (belt cover) No. 2
  • 17115-17010
    • $1.24
    • Intake manifold gasket
  • 16284-17010
    • $4.44
    • Turbo water hose
  • 16572-17010
    • $13.48
    • Radiator outlet hose
  • 16571-17010
    • $11.82
    • Radiator inlet hose
  • 90916-03089
    • $14.97
    • Thermostat
  • 16346-66020
    • $2.38
    • Thermostat gasket
  • 16401-54750
    • $12.83
    • Radiator cap
  • 90916-02452
    • $33.87
    • Fan / Alternator belt
  • 17179-17010 (5)
    • $3.93
    • Intake manifold no. 2 gasket
  • 17171-17010
    • $3.93
    • Intake manifold exhaust gasket
  • 90210-08019 (3)
    • $1.38
    • washer
  • 11328-17010
    • $17.75
    • Timing gear cover gasket
  • 99332-11260
    • $20.41
    • AC belt (not in stock, ordered Bosch belt below)
    • 19879-47665
      • $6.47
      • AC belt (Bosch)
 
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I would also add:

11328-17010: 1
90311-58007: 1
90210-08019: 3
Thanks Onur,
with my VIN, it gave the
90311-58006, which I ordered, being the oil seal on cover

11328-17010 is the timing cover gasket, didnt think about that one... shucks
90210-08019, the 3 washers, didnt order these either, but i suppose i could order from my local Toyota dealer, shipping from Dubai for these will be cost prohibitive
 

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