What did you do on your 70 series today?

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Exhaust manifold hardware are all M10x1.25

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Bolts being replaced with 1FZ exhaust pipe hardware: 90080-10204

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Two long bolts are from 2F upper to lower manifold mating hardware. 90101-10486 mated with 94512-01000 split washer and some generic flat washer.

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Perfect length with good engagement with head for the long manifold boss:

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Another piece of the puzzle:

Original 3-core brass Toyo Rad going under surgery. Will become a 4-core brass radiator.

After 35 years, enough was enough. And a good call too. It was plugged up like hell with grit and nastiness.

Radiator guy stated that someone put in some sort of radiator stop leak or HG stop leak in the past. But it was in great shape otherwise for being so old... “Those Toyota guys really know how to make these things to last...” was his comment.

Who knows with the sketchy history of these gray market trucks. Can’t wait for good cooling on the way. Should have it back by early next week. :)

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Some more action in between conference calls about the pending doom of my job....

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Head bolts are really in there...

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Rocker arms: exhaust on left, intake on right...

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Intake arms look nasty. Lack of valuable adjustment early in life. Too bad the arms are discontinued. :crybaby: I’m hoping there is enough material for machine shop to clean up.

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And as suspected (and as many of these IDI diesels are at this point in the game).... cracked between the valves and every precup was toast. A couple look like they got hammered on...

Glad I’m addressing all of this. Worth it.

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And the last few for the night...

Manufacture date code:

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Factory casting/engineering Part number:

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Underneath the VC: Toyota and Daihatsu emblem. Confirmation of the cooperation between Toyota and Daihatsu on B engine design and manufacture...

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