Is an oil pan from an 84 2F compatible with a 77 2F (1 Viewer)

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From what I’ve found on here it appears I would need to remove a couple baffles at a minimum. Has anyone else used one? I’ve a friend who’s selling one cheap but don’t want to hack it up if it’s just going to ruin it.
 

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I thought you needed to modify baffles when using an "F" oil pan on a 2F
AFAIK all 2F oil pans are the same
 
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Looked again at SOR. They sell an OEM pan that fits 58 to 8/87. That makes it sound like an 84 pan would fit however further down they list a used oil pan that fits 6/76 to 5/82. And another used pan that fits 5/82 to 8/87. ???
 

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12101-61013 is the newest 2F oil pan part number still available from Toyota.

It is backwards compatible with all 2F engines back to 1975.

Make sure to also get 90341-12012 drain plug and 90430-12031 drain plug gasket since the new pan steps down to the 12mm diameter drain.

You will also need 12151-61011 pan gasket.

This information is correct. You don’t have to second guess it.
 
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12101-61013 is the newest 2F oil pan part number still available from Toyota.

It is backwards compatible with all 2F engines back to 1975.

Make sure to also get 90341-12012 drain plug and 90430-12031 drain plug gasket since the new pan steps down to the 12mm diameter drain.

You will also need 12151-61011 pan gasket.

This information is correct. You don’t have to second guess it.
I understand that I can buy a brand new oil pan for $300 bucks with a special gasket and special drain plug and special drain plug gasket. That’s not what I’m asking. What I don’t know is whether a used oil pan from an 84 fj60 with a 2F will fit on a 77 2F without major modifications
 

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I understand that I can buy a brand new oil pan for $300 bucks with a special gasket and special drain plug and special drain plug gasket. That’s not what I’m asking. What I don’t know is whether a used oil pan from an 84 fj60 with a 2F will fit on a 77 2F without major modifications
So you want to do the work twice... :lol:

Go for it. Yes, it will fit.
 

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I understand that I can buy a brand new oil pan for $300 bucks with a special gasket and special drain plug and special drain plug gasket. That’s not what I’m asking. What I don’t know is whether a used oil pan from an 84 fj60 with a 2F will fit on a 77 2F without major modifications

If you also use the 1984 Fj60's qty x 22 90615-40820 1984 FJ oil pan bolts , @Onur 's precise prediction may happen and you will do the messy 6 rolls of paper towels EXXON Valdez Job 3 times ........ :confused:


FYI :

  • Part Description
    BOLT, W/WASHER
  • Replaced By 90080-11675
  • ManufacturerToyota. This genuine Toyota part


so its really simple ,

you can risk certain DOOM with a used 36 year old crusty oil pan , or the latest in Teq design to save the cost of qty x 3 full synthetic mobile 1 oil changes ........

i personally would NEVER entertain any used oil pan ever any where period , unacceptable risk assessment in my mind ....


just my :


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Hugh Heifer

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The issue is the baffles hit the pickup. I have easily modified one. I have installed several used oil pans without issue and easily modified an early one to fit.
If I recall there were three different baffle arrangements that I discovered.
I apologize that this does not answer your question about year break down but if you do not have $300 to blow on a new one, the mod was easy.
 

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