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My 1976 and 1980 FJ40 didn't have them. Were were they available from the dealer as OEM/port installed options?
 

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there were no oem in 76...they all showed up with drive plates....warn hubs were a common shore install, but i dont know if they were exclusively used.....irrc oem showed up in '81.
 

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Back in the day Toyota offered dealer-installed or over-the-counter accessory hubs, made by Warn, with a Toyota part number on the box.

They also had 8274 winches and Warn bumpers with Toyota numbers on the boxes.
 
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So this is the hub I would need for my 5/78 if I were to replace
 

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So this is the hub I would need for my 5/78 if I were to replace

Only if it has 1/79-up Birfields.
 

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Warn was Toyota's first US supplier starting in 1961

Back in the day Toyota offered dealer-installed or over-the-counter accessory hubs, made by Warn, with a Toyota part number on the box.

They also had 8274 winches and Warn bumpers with Toyota numbers on the boxes.


same goes for Kayline ..... for replacement tops... starting in 72/73' PN#00021-14260
 
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Back in the day Toyota offered dealer-installed or over-the-counter accessory hubs, made by Warn, with a Toyota part number on the box.

They also had 8274 winches and Warn bumpers with Toyota numbers on the boxes.

The original owner of my 70 FJ40 bother was a "Toyota dealer" in the early to mid sixties in Safford AZ. That was until the Big Three went to the local bank and said they would no longer do business with that bank if they continued to finance Toyotas. So that dealership closed. The 70 owner had a number of mid sixties parts literature from brother's dealership. Not sure if they had Toyota numbers but had listings with prices for Husky hubs, Eaton heaters, and Ramsey PTO winches. Not around the literature but remember a non OEM soft top and doors being offered as well. May have been a Husky top, just remember it wasn't Kayline which came later and made for OEM bows. The early non OEM soft top had their own bows. It also has the conversion for pre 10 digit part numbers to new ten digit part numbers and vise vera. Obviously just a novelty but cool to look at.
 

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Part number conversion fiche

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love to read all those lol

in order to fill in some blanks: :)
 

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