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gcmandrake
09-09-2007, 06:13 PM
Greetings & Salutations,

I've got some miscellaneous parts for an '85 4Runner (and it's related cousins) for sale:

Long & Short front axles
Knuckle rebuild parts from Marlin Crawler
ECU for a 22RE
Ignitor for a 22RE
Upgraded 90A alternator for a 22RE
Spare Oil Filters
Some high mileage synthetic oil (if someone is interested, I can dig up the spec).

Make an offer. Just out to buy some hardware for my FJ Cruiser.

the Other Matt

gcmandrake
09-10-2007, 09:03 PM
Some part numbers:

2 - 90915-YZZD1 Oil Filters ($4.55)
1 - 23300-34100 Fuel Filter ($6.80)
1 - 17801-70010 Air Element (?)

1 - 04371-60070 Universal Spider Kit (?)

1 - 22271-35011 Throttle Body Gasket (?)
2 - Allen Throttle Position Sensor Screws ($5.00)
4 - MC-12106 Front Axle Outer Birfield Snap Ring ($1.80)
2 - 90520-27091 Front Axle Inner Birfield Snap Ring (?)

1 - 96411-42500 Freeze Plug (?)

1 - MC-12006 Knuckle Kit w/ wheel bearings ($145.00)

I have some knuckle studs, washers, and nuts and some wheel studs too, though I am not sure that they are the correct size. I also have some Aluminum & Steel washers for the transmission, transfer, and differential drain plugs. The prices in parenthesis are what I paid for them.

I partially used the knuckle kit (bearings & cones for one side).

Remember, one can never have too many spares. (I've got some used belts, hoses, and the like that would like a good home.)

the Other Matt

Red_Chili
09-11-2007, 07:19 AM
Matt, I'll take the oil filters (same as for a 5VZ-FE, and 3VZE by the way FAIK), the fuel filter (22RE, right? On the passenger side of the block?), and assuming the spider kit is a Toyota u-joint, I can take that too, if you can do a discount. I get parts at a steep discount from Toyota so let me know if that won't work for you.

By knuckle studs, do you mean for the spindle, or for the steering arms? If the latter, aftermarket, or OEM?

gcmandrake
09-16-2007, 05:39 PM
I think Dave has first call on the filters (oil & air, and possible the fuel filter?). The fuel filter is for a 22RE, but it may fit something else.

Bill, the spider kit is from Toyota. Not sure what it costs, make me an offer. I also have quite a few new 10mm drive shaft bolts that I bought from Toyota. Supposedly you are supposed to use new ones every time you replace them. Not sure why. They are covered with some sort of film. (Marlin prices and Toyota part numbers in parenthesis.)

8 - MC-12902, Drive Shaft Bolt, ($1.86) - (90080-10294)
11 - MC-12903, Drive Shaft Flange Nut, ($2.63) - (90204-10002)
10 - MC-12904, Drive Shaft Lock Washer, ($0.54) - (90080-17239)

I have some old and not so old drive shaft bolts which might make good emergency spares which I can throw in.

Some time ago I bought a spindle stud kit from Marlin which would make it easier to re-assemble the spindle and gaskets onto the knuckle. Never got to install them. I have the following:

14 - MC-12100, Knuckle Stud ($1.69)
6 - MC-12101, Knuckle Stud Nut ($1.03)
6 - MC-12102, Knuckle Stud Split Washer ($.63)
6 - MC-12103, Knuckle Flat Washer ($1.21)
6 - MC-12104, Knuckle Stud Cone Washer ($3.26)

Which comes to $60.44, but I think I could be willing to let it go for $40.

I also came across some screw grommets and fasteners that are for use on the 4Runner rear tailgate interior plate. Oh, and some pins that hold on the door gaskets that I can throw in. Geez, you'd think I had some serious plans for that old truck.

Let me know what you guys think.

Matt

Red_Chili
09-17-2007, 07:02 AM
You can reuse the driveshaft bolts and nuts, but should always use loctite on them.

gcmandrake
09-17-2007, 10:08 PM
Anyone interested in the knuckle studs?

Red_Chili
09-18-2007, 07:25 AM
By knuckle studs, do you mean for the spindle, or for the steering arms? If the latter, aftermarket, or OEM?
I am, if aftermarket (ARP) steering arm studs.

gcmandrake
09-18-2007, 04:17 PM
Sorry, they're for the spindle. Bummer. Interested in a re-build kit?

Red_Chili
09-19-2007, 06:09 AM
Just missing the kingpin bearings on one side, or is it a kit that includes wheel bearings and it is missing one set of those? And price? I don't see it. (it's early yet...)

Just a plug for Matt's spindle stud kit, I run them on all four corners. They make rebuilding knuckles a breeze versus trying to thread the spindle bolts. Well worth it, very strong, good quality Dorman studs IIRC. FAIK they are applicable to 40s and 60s as well! Mebbe even 80s.

RockRunner
09-20-2007, 03:42 PM
Do you have a price on the altenator? Email me if you can, i don't always check here.

thomas.f.rompies@lmco.com

gcmandrake
09-21-2007, 09:32 AM
Mr Red, sir,

It's missing one set of the kingpin bearings. I think I have everything else. I also have some wheel bearings. I bought the kit for $145, but I think with the additional parts it's probably worth $100 (but I'm flexible). Would you like to check it out some evening/weekend?

Just missing the kingpin bearings on one side, or is it a kit that includes wheel bearings and it is missing one set of those? And price? I don't see it. (it's early yet...)

the Other Matt

bskey
09-25-2007, 02:11 PM
If Red Chili doesnt want your rebuild kit, let me know, I may take it off your hands.

Red_Chili
09-26-2007, 08:36 AM
Mr Red, sir,

It's missing one set of the kingpin bearings. I think I have everything else. I also have some wheel bearings. I bought the kit for $145, but I think with the additional parts it's probably worth $100 (but I'm flexible). Would you like to check it out some evening/weekend?



the Other Matt
You paid too much, dood. This
http://www.marlincrawler.com/images/knucklekit_500.jpg
is normally $85, on sale for $75 from Marlin. It will do a complete front axle overhaul except for actually replacing the wheel bearings. That one runs $165 with bearings (overpriced IMHO, CarQuest Blue Line bearings were Koyo OEM last I bought them, much less than $90/set of four).

gcmandrake
09-26-2007, 03:19 PM
I probably did overpay. :( But here's a chance to get some parts on the cheap. How about I bring the parts I have to the meeting next week and people can see what's there and how much they would like to pay?

If you need them sooner or won't be at the meeting, let me know and perhaps we can figure out how to meet.

the Other Matt

Red_Chili
09-27-2007, 07:11 AM
PM sent.