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hey guys,

I shredded my front output shaft roller needle bearings, on my 3sp tcase and i'm in a hurry to get it replaced so both me and my rig can attend AZrocks next weekend.

My local dealership could not locate a part number.
I was wondering if anyone out there new a part number from either Toyota or Koyo, so i can find it locally.

any help is appreciated.

Picture shows the needle bearings i need.

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Toyota # 90364-17010

*it may change numbers, but that is the bearing number, works from 1963-07/80*
 
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I spent most of the morning calling local bearing distributors and no luck. they all said dealer. Got a great deal from our local Mud Friendly dealership here in town. Only $12.

but have to wait till Monday to get it. Still plenty of time to get everything back in.
 

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Back in the eighties and nineties when I owned a Patherfinder my local dealer could tell which other dealership had a part if they didn't. Toyota isn't that way. Might be worth a call to a couple of other dealers and see if one has it in stock. Might be a little drive but would allow you to work on it this weekend. I do think it pretty was when you have to provide the part number to get your part. I used to it since most of my are pre 3/69 but anything after that the info is still available to them.

Never had to replace the needle bearing in my transfer. But usually when a bearing goes there is some scaring on the surfaces the bearing runs on. Yours are okay?
 

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Back in the eighties and nineties when I owned a Patherfinder my local dealer could tell which other dealership had a part if they didn't. Toyota isn't that way.


Dealerships around here can tell me who has something in the US. :meh:


I have purchased a lot of discontinued/NOS parts that way.

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