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subzali
08-09-2010, 06:57 AM
Just random FJ40 parts in case someone wants them. Make offer on everything.

-FJ40 brake master cylinder - pitted but rebuildable. And if anybody needs the sensors they work just fine. Spoken For

-Random brake and t-case emergency brake hardware. Spoken For

-Rear corner glass weatherstripping. I don't know why I have this extra piece, but if you want it come get it.

-Oil cap, push on type. Spoken For

-Some bracket that mounts to the head. Don't know what it's for, maybe it's for the smog pump (in which case I'll probably keep it)?

subzali
08-09-2010, 07:00 AM
-Oil pan - not sure of the story behind this, I think it's in ok condition? Spoken For

-OEM fuel pump - I don't know the story behind this either, this might be my original one that leaked? I had a hard time finding a Kyosan Denki replacement though, but I think some fellas have gotten them from NAPA? If so, I'll probably just throw this away.

-Shackles. 1/4" plate, two sets of holes (I guess for two different spacings). The first set is 3 1/4" centerlines and the second set is 4 3/4" centerlines.

-FJ40 center arm. I don't know the condition of this.

subzali
08-09-2010, 07:02 AM
-FJ60 power steering pump with brackets. Don't know the condition of this. Spoken For

-alternators, stock output (I think 30 amp or 40 amp?).

subzali
08-09-2010, 06:45 PM
-OEM aftermarket seatbelts, if that makes sense. They have the TEQ tag on them, but they are not the OE style seatbelts for any Land Cruiser. I used them for a couple years, but did not care for them too much. They have two parts - a lap belt and a shoulder belt. The lap belt is the retracting portion, and the shoulder part is adjustable, but not "on the fly", and you can wear either the lap belt by itself or you can attach the shoulder belt to the lap belt and have the whole thing. The seat belts say, "Seat belt for automobiles mfd. by Takata Corporation for Toyota Motor Corporation in 1995. Meets US Fed Std. 209 and JIS D4604". And the webbing is 33" from the retractor to where it attaches to the buckle. The other piece is 42" fully extended. Spoken for

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Rzeppa
08-10-2010, 12:40 AM
PM sent...

PabloCruise
08-10-2010, 02:42 PM
Are you back in CO?

subzali
08-10-2010, 08:58 PM
not permanently yet, but I'm home on the weekends.

kvanoort
08-11-2010, 09:20 PM
I'll take the oil cap.

subzali
09-10-2010, 08:09 AM
bump with more parts (free to a good home, or going in the dumpster):

-23 lug nuts, I don't know why I'm 1 short. They don't all match anyway, so if you get them on each rim nobody will know.

-u-bolts and u-bolt plates, minus 1 u-bolt cause I needed it.

-steering column bucket

-ring gear. It's mating pinion is sitting, broken, on my desk. Useful for ornamentation (think wall clock ;))

-Steering column support bracket, that bolts to the underside of the dash. I'm not sure if I have the rubber grommet, I can look if you want.