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bustanutley
09-21-2011, 09:41 AM
Pretty much everything is from my 1970 fj40 or at least ended up on it.
I'm downtown

Complete 155F engine sans carb. The front end has updated 2F parts for powersteering with a clutchfan and also the nicer alumn valve cover. All accessories work, and this is a good strong running engine. -SOLD

Front heater - Sold
SM420 to F bellhousing nose cone adapter -Sold
Factory Glass fuel filter - sold
Clutch Master and Slave - sold
Gas pedal - $15
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Choke cable - $15
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Distributor - $30
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4wd vacuum shift mechanism w/ knob - $30
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F fuel pumps, unknown condition - $15ea
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Butterflies off holly carb with conversion to LC engine. This is a common part used to convert your 2F/F to propane - $25
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Nose cones - sold
e-brake- $15
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New Pilot bearing - $10
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New Koyo t-case bearing - $10
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axle shafts - $20 each
FJ60 long side rear
FJ40/60 short side rears - all sold
FJ40 fronts long and short
Mini truck front short side
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2UZ Tundra oil pan, sump and dip stick - SOLD

Rzeppa
10-10-2011, 11:10 AM
I'm interested in the fuel pumps.

bigcity25
10-11-2011, 12:49 PM
Is that bearing for a 3 speed t-case? If so I'll take it

bustanutley
10-12-2011, 07:54 AM
Jeff, the pumps are in unknown condition, I'm not sure how to test them without having an engine to put them on. Should I just manually try to get them to suck fuel.

The bearing is for a 3 speed case.

Rzeppa
10-12-2011, 07:58 AM
Jeff, the pumps are in unknown condition, I'm not sure how to test them without having an engine to put them on.

I'm not worried about that, they are the older, rebuildable style.

bigcity25
10-12-2011, 04:18 PM
pm sent

bustanutley
10-14-2011, 03:45 PM
I'm not worried about that, they are the older, rebuildable style.

They are yours then :) Do you want to come get them? or? I live downtown.

Rzeppa
10-17-2011, 03:18 PM
They are yours then :) Do you want to come get them? or? I live downtown.

I am not in a hurry for them as I have no immediate need - I just scarf on useful stuff when it comes around. I plan on being at the next meeting. My 20 is in my sig line...

74fj40
06-18-2012, 12:28 PM
Still have the gas pedal?

bustanutley
06-19-2012, 03:32 PM
Blind luck that I stumbled on to this forum today. Yes Max, I still have the gas padal

Updated the thread of stuff that has been sold, off the top of my head