Parting Out Part Out. 1991 Landcruiser FJ80 3FE (1 Viewer)

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Lots of parts of available pulled from a 1991 Toyota Landcruiser FJ80.

Dashboard x2
Lower front valance
Driver corner rear bumper. Pass side for parts only
Fuel injector wire harness
3fe headers.
Pass side headlight good. Drivers side no glass.
Gray carpet complete or pieces
Front Grille
Air intake box
Starter x2
Fuel pump x2
Engine oil cooler
Charcoal canister
Oil filter mounting bracket
Passenger seat
2nd row seats x2
Driver seat back
Lower seat base for parts
Cooling fan
Glove box door
Air injection rail
Misc seals, hoses, and lines
AC condenser
Engine coolant reservoir
Radiator
Dip sticks
AC control panel
Bottle Jack w/ mount
Water pump
Pulleys and brackets
Valance orange marker light LH & RH
Rear hatch shocks
Inner and outer 2nd door handles
Lots of wiring
Rear view mirror
Blinker stalk assembly
Interior Plastic Cargo panels Gray
Intake manifold
Rear bumper step plate
Front bumper
Driver side front flare and rear door flare
Center console.
Rear Cargo Glass
2nd Doors Glass
Front Fenders
Tailgate
Valve Cover Painted or As is
Roof Rack
Many more parts. Too many to list. Let me know what you need. Thanks!

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Do you mean the two 3FE exhaust manifolds? What condition are they in? I'm also looking for a short section of each downpipe, mainly for the flanges that bolt to the manifolds. I'm in New Mexico so shipping should be reasonable.

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Do you mean the two 3FE exhaust manifolds? What condition are they in? I'm also looking for a short section of each downpipe, mainly for the flanges that bolt to the manifolds. I'm in New Mexico so shipping should be reasonable.

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yes i was meaning exhaust manifolds.

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How about just the sections of downpipes with flanges? I have some manifolds but will need a lot of work, I think I'll use them.
 

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