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Old 07-02-2015, 02:50 PM
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Default FJ62 AC Compressor Mount Hardware/Fastener Questions

I am getting ready to tackle putting AC on the 3FE in my Pig.

I obtained the compressor mount bracket, but unfortunately, I got no bolts with the bracket.

Ideally, I can find someone parting a 62 around here and get the original JIS fasteners from them.

As an alternative, if anyone can advise me what fasteners I need, I think there is a JIS fastener store in Denver? One of the bolts that secures the bracket to the PS pump mount will have very tight clearance, so I will need JIS if I hope to get a socket on there.

I am looking to get the 4 bolts that mount the compressor bracket to the engine (2 at PS pump mount/2 at the engine mount) plus the 4 bolts that mount the actual compressor to the mount, and the long bolt that serves as the tensioner.

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Old 07-02-2015, 02:56 PM
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Old 07-02-2015, 02:59 PM
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That is awesome Ige - thanks! Now I just need to figure what fasteners were used...
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That is awesome Ige - thanks! Now I just need to figure what fasteners were used...
yeah, can't help you there...toyota doesn't list the thread pitch, they just call them standard fasteners or something ilke that
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Old 07-03-2015, 08:44 AM
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yeah, can't help you there...toyota doesn't list the thread pitch, they just call them standard fasteners or something ilke that
I didn't think I would get that lucky to find a resource that specs each fastener used.

Just another day on the Pig!

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Old 08-04-2015, 09:27 PM
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Heading here tomorrow to get some new bolts for Pig gas tank.
They appear to be 10mm x 1.25 - a size that I of course do not have a tap or die for.

Who ever was the last to drop the tank in the Pig crammed a 10mm x 1.50 bolt in one of the holes and messed that all up - nice

Another bolt they either snapped off or left broken, so I have to figure out how to get this out. I thought about grabbing the expose portion w/ vice grips and bringing it the rest of the way out, but I do not think I have enough room I think I need to find a way to back it out. Left handed drill bit?
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I think I need to find a way to back it out. Left handed drill bit?
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