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Old 11-02-2006, 03:58 PM
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Replacement for less than $34? I think i paid $60 or $70

It's worth it to rebuild an early pump if you have the hand primer pump on it otherwise I see no need to rebuild other than it's fun and you take your chances
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:26 PM
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I see no reason why that wouldn't work fine, if you were careful. I've rebuilt brake master cylinders, and plan to rebuild my front calipers on the 80 soon.
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:45 PM
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Replacement for less than $34?
Actually $34.05 after shipping from SOR
But I did get one for about $11 from a guy on MUD, unfortunately it was the wrong one
I wouldn't think there would be any reason a rebuild wouldn't work, it's just a ripped diaphram that causes the leaks normally, so it's not like MY brake master that had pitted walls unfortunately I couldn't rebuild that one.
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Old 11-02-2006, 04:48 PM
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oh that's for used, no? I had a used one too, it was worse than the bad one.
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What a great idea - me too! When?
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Old 11-02-2006, 07:31 PM
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oh that's for used, no? I had a used one too, it was worse than the bad one.
Yeah the $11 one was worse than the one I was trying to replace
So I guess you could say that I paid 45.05 for a used pump . But at least I have two broken spares!








Man it really hurts to actually add up all the stupid purchases you've made on your truck doesn't it?
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Old 11-03-2006, 02:32 PM
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What a great idea - me too! When?
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Anytime the garage is open. I need to clear out some junk, I mean land cruiser parts . It's standing room only. Not nearly as fun as your place
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Man it really hurts to actually add up all the stupid purchases you've made on your truck doesn't it?
When you get up to the $4, $5, $6K range or more let me know...I still have $2-3K worth of "stuff" I bought for my '76 that I'll never use

And I wonder why the rolls her eyes whenever a package arrives
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Not mentioned in this thread is the fact that some pumps have the return line to the pump and some don't. Early rigs had no return at all. Later ones returned it to the tank, then later on the excess fuel is returned to the pump on the inlet side.

Rebuild kits used to be available from Toyota, I have a new one still in the bag in the garage. Obviously,the rebuild kits are only for the earlier pumps with the screw-on head, not the later ones with the stamped head. The way to know if you need the spacer ("insulator" in Toyota parts books jargon) is to hold the pump(s) in question side by side. The type that use the spacer will have the lever sticking considerably farther out.

As has been mentioned earlier in this thread, the main differences in the earlier style pumps have to do with the location of the ports, and whether the ports are barb or screw on.

While the rebuild kit does include a new diaphragm, in my experience one of the causes for pump failure is the delamination of the phenolic check valve disks, and the rebuild kit does not include new ones.
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