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RWBeringer4x4

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Hey everyone,

My clutch pedal return spring gave up this weekend - and of course it’s one of those now discontinued/unobtainium parts. I did some digging around McMaster and Grainger but neither of them have a spring with appropriate compressed/extended lengths in a size that will fit.

Anyone kicking one of these around the garage - or know of a later model Toyota spring that will fit? Measurements below. Realistically anything under about 0.6 around with a compressed length longer than 5.8” and an extended length capable of 7” or more should do the trick.

If someone has two I’d take both - if the clutch gave up the brake (same spring) probably isn’t too far behind.

SOR/FJ parts and whatnot appear to have them still, or an aftermarket version - but before I pay $10 shipping for a $5 spring I figured I’d check locally.

OEM PN was 90506-12450 - don’t see anything that supersedes it in the parts catalogues.

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fwiw, Rick, I drove my 40 for a year without a spring... lost it one day replacing the fuse box and found it a year later under the mat, when I was wiring in a relay for fog lights 😂



Hey everyone,

My clutch pedal return spring gave up this weekend - and of course it’s one of those now discontinued/unobtainium parts. I did some digging around McMaster and Grainger but neither of them have a spring with appropriate compressed/extended lengths in a size that will fit.

Anyone kicking one of these around the garage - or know of a later model Toyota spring that will fit? Measurements below. Realistically anything under about 0.6 around with a compressed length longer than 5.8” and an extended length capable of 7” or more should do the trick.

If someone has two I’d take both - if the clutch gave up the brake (same spring) probably isn’t too far behind.

SOR/FJ parts and whatnot appear to have them still, or an aftermarket version - but before I pay $10 shipping for a $5 spring I figured I’d check locally.

OEM PN was 90506-12450 - don’t see anything that supersedes it in the parts catalogues.

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RWBeringer4x4

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fwiw, Rick, I drove my 40 for a year without a spring... lost it one day replacing the fuse box and found it a year later under the mat, when I was wiring in a relay for fog lights 😂
Yeah I was pleasantly surprised to find it really doesn't do much. Was a little concerned it might not allow the clutch master to retract fully, resulting in a pressure build up and the T/O Bearing riding the Pressure Plate - but I haven't seen any evidence of such. Nonetheless, the floppy clutch pedal is annoying and now that I know it's broken...I have to fix it...
 
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Just picked up a barely used set of BFG 37" tires. Only issue is they are for a 17" wheel. Anyone have a set of wheels that will fit my 80 without any spacers or adapters? Ideally 0 offset or 4-4.5 backspace.
 

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Garage sale!

Awhile back someone asked about a diff for their 60. I finally cleaned out my storage unit and found the oem rear LSD from my 1989 BJ74.

Price = a case of something good (not an IPA)

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1993 80 series project at auction in Maryland

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