Cruiserparts.net has new ones for $300 and used for $150. I'd put in a used one before I would put in an aftermarket one.Spymaster0077 said:Hello all,
I'm in need of a powersteering pump for my '83 FJ60. I'm really not trying to spend $400 on an OEM pump, can I get away with an after market pump? THanks
don't think you need to be a tlca member to get his discounts do you?PabloCruise said:Cruiser Dan - parts counter at American Toyota, ABQ, NM
Are you TLCA member? If so, he will hook you up.
No worries mate!Spymaster0077 said:
If you're really on a budget and your pump is just leaking, often they can be resealed for pennies in parts compared to buying a whole new one...do a search on this forum for P/S pump reseal(or some equivalent phrase), Cruiser Dan, and check TLCA.org. But you'll find almost universal agreement here that if you can go OEM, go OEM.Spymaster0077 said:
there's a whole tlca section on here, has membership info at the top if you go into one of the forums.Spymaster0077 said: