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Old 07-13-2012, 10:10 PM
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Thanks - I may need some help with that, so thanks for the offer. I'm in Westminster (112th and Federal), so you're pretty close.
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Ok - confirmed that it's leaking from the very back of the P/S housing... Where is a good reasonable place to buy a P/S rebuild kit from? Here is what Beno (on MUD) had quoted me:

PS pump rebuild: List: $59.53//MUD: $44.65

Block oring: List: $3.85//mud: $2.89

High pressure gasket: List: $2.79//mud: $2.09

Return hose: List: $31.72//mud: $23.79

High pressure hose: List: $256.41//mud: $192.31
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Old 07-25-2012, 07:27 AM
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Napa has has the HP hose for about 60, it is made in Mexico, appears to be high quality, fitting are good, uses a 16mm wrench on the box. I usually change over the mount bracket from the old hose. Mine is several years old with out issue. Toyota's hose is way over priced(IMHO).
Have you looked at the price of a new pump(about 250), the only thing you need to change is the drive gear then. Never use a device like pliers to hold the gear at the teeth, it will create problems like noise when installed into the truck. I usually just use my impact gun to remove and install the nut while I hole the gear with my leather glove. I have rebuilt many of these, you will also need a new bearing Toyota does not sell. The best place is to get it from a bearing company(about 12-13 dollars), other wise most aftermarket parts houses will sell you a chinese bearing.

Return hose can be just Transmission return hose for 6-7 dollars. Just as good, just not Toyota. You will need some new hose clamps as well.

Some times getting into the pump will create more problems, but it is a good experience and educational.
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Old 07-26-2012, 08:28 AM
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Anybody get their P/S kits from anyplace other than MUD?
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Old 07-26-2012, 09:10 AM
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I got my high pressure hose from Napa, and the pump rebuild kit from rock auto. It was a gates kit and seems to be working fine. Comes with engine block o ring but no bearing.
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Old 07-26-2012, 09:59 AM
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I got my high pressure hose from Napa, and the pump rebuild kit from rock auto. It was a gates kit and seems to be working fine. Comes with engine block o ring but no bearing.
same here. two rock auto kits, one pump works awesome, other pump, i didn't mike the vanes and the pumpwasn't working well, still have to tear it down to find out if that's the issue.

i'll ditto the napa hose also. have had it for a couple years, it's damp, but that may be a reservoir leak (have had issues with cap gasket).
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Old 07-26-2012, 02:56 PM
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Nachi Bearing number 6203 zze (letters after indicate stainless steel covers instead of a syn material).
Whisler bearing com in Denver, I ordered 8 at one time, got them for 14.25 per bearing. 303-377-3444
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Old 07-27-2012, 01:21 PM
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Fabulous info - thanks guys!
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Old 08-13-2012, 11:48 AM
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Work scheduled: Wednesday the 15th, 7PM, my garage. All welcome. See your member roster for my address.
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Old 08-14-2012, 08:22 PM
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EDIT: I just got word a deal is back on to close ASAP. I may need to hold the evening open and will know better Wednesday afternoon. PM sent
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