International Cruiser Specifications

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Anyone know of a good webpage for international cruiser specifications? I've read the land cruiser FAQ (http://www.off-road.com/tlc/faq/faq.txt) and Wayne has a good start (http://www.luxuryimports.ca/vehicles/specs.php) but I'm looking for a page with everything. With the number of different 70 series we are seeing now it would be great to have a page to refer to that lists all the different models (i.e. 61/62/70/71/74/75/77/78/79/81/90/101/105/etc in BJ/HJ/HZJ/PZJ/LJ/HDJ/etc flavors).

If such a page does not exist I would be more than willing to create one but I would need your help as I only know the specifications for a select few. I was thinking along the lines of the following information for each model:

Year(s) Offered
Body Style(s)
Engine
Tranmission(s)
Brakes
Tires
Suspension
Transfer Case & 4WD Data (Locker(s)/Limited Slip Etc)
Fuel Economy Est.

I did a search and read the FAQ so sorry if I missed something.

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Are you going to attempt this for all markets or just JDM? The former will be a challenge, there's not a lot of information out there and what's available often conflicts with other sources. To give you an idea, an FJ62 in the US, Panama, Venezuela, Japan, Korea and Saudi Arabia have vastly different specs, ranging from front drum brakes and carburated 3Fs to factory DANA 60 axles and tropical-spec radiators.
 
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I was just thinking about JDM to start since those are the ones that really apply to us canuks (since we can import them). Could probably add other market stuff if people wanted and had the info later on though.
 
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That makes sense, should be a lot easier to capture and most of that information is readily available on this board.
 
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Ocelot said:
Anyone know of a good webpage for international cruiser specifications? I've read the land cruiser FAQ (http://www.off-road.com/tlc/faq/faq.txt) and Wayne has a good start (http://www.luxuryimports.ca/vehicles/specs.php) but I'm looking for a page with everything. I did a search and read the FAQ so sorry if I missed something. Cheers
Great idea...

While the off-road FAQ seems to hit more peoples radar, the most current and accurate one from Rob Mullen can be found here: http://www.birfield.com/modules.php?name=TLCFAQ

There may be a few useful links to you here as well: http://www.gscruiserparts.com/links.html

hth's

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Great Links, thanks!

Alrighty sounds like I should get to it then. First thing I'll need is a list of all JDM cruisers (probably starting with the 61 all the way up to the 105). Here are the ones I can think of off hand:

BJ61
HJ61
BJ70
LJ71
BJ74
HZJ75
?75
HZJ77
PZJ77
?77
LJ78
?78
?79
HDJ81
HZJ81?
?90
?95
HDJ101?
UZJ101?
HZJ105
FZJ105

I think I'm missing some of the 75 series, some of the 77 series, some of the 78 series and some of the 79 series? Maybe even the 70/71/74 as well, not sure. If you guys can fill in everything I've missed that'd be great. I'm just starting on a template for the webpage now.
 
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The 75 /78/79 was not sold in Japan in either troopy or cab chassis.
Japanese owners reimport them from Australia.

This site has a link on it to all the Toyotas ever made with production numbers,but is not country specific.

I have the list saved on my files but its not working right now
http://www.toyotaclub.ru
 
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Eric Winkworth said:
were the cdn spec lc's considered heavy duty?
I thought an LJ-78 is a light duty truck .. with 8" diff, but HZJ-75 is a heavy duty truck with 9.5" diff.
 

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