What Did You Do with Your 80 This Weekend? (17 Viewers)

COYS

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New studs on

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So that kit has the valve guides and such? It’s cheeper than the 036 and includes the same? I have seen pics of your unicorn brand new engine and like it!
I got 04111-66061 from partsouq for about half the price as the fzj80 version , including shipping. It comes with everything you need.

I think I got the idea from @SNLC or @COYS not sure, but it's been discussed thoroughly as mentioned.
 
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Didn't you just rebuild a motor and swap it into your rig?

Do you have multiple cruisers?
Yes I just rebuilt a motor for my cruiser. Im on
Cruiser #3 now this one will be for the wife probable or maybe just sell. I really like working on cruisers it would be my job if it was viable! But I have a career as a plumber so for now it’s just a side thing.
 
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I got 04111-66061 from partsouq for about half the price as the fzj80 version , including shipping. It comes with everything you need.

I think I got the idea from @SNLC or @COYS not sure, but it's been discussed thoroughly as mentioned.
Yah @COYS let me know I ordered yesterday looks like lead time might be a bit🤷‍♂️. Either way it $100 cheeper than the other kit.
 
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FYI, if that is the coil pack 1FZFE gasket kit there are a few gaskets that won’t work and will have to be ordered separately. Still cheaper in my opinion.

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The torque is 71 ft/lbs

Is that the torque for the stud going into the housing? Or the torque for the nut on the stud?
 
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Is that the torque for the stud going into the housing? Or the torque for the nut on the stud?
The nut. Studs rarely of ever have torque.

Arp head studs are finger tight.
Beno advised a stud torque a while back when Toyota introduced a superseded stud for these trucks. The new studs come with Loctite compound on them and they are advised to torque to 35 LB-FT I believe. I would have to find the post by Beno to confirm.

Studs 35 LB-FT
Nuts 71 LB-FT

Make sure the cone washers and flat washers are installed and DRY, not greased or oiled.
Found it: (Post #37)
36 LB-FT
 
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