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Old 10-26-2006, 09:02 PM
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Default part's to bring to cm07

i will have with me next year everything that i broke this year plus a few extra's complete 3rd 4.88, left and right knuckel's, spare rear axle, a knuckel rebuild kit,and any thing else i can get in the truck and if some want's or need's it they can have it. plus a few extra tool's that we needed on the trail...

thanks again to everyone who helped...

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Old 11-04-2006, 05:22 PM
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I have a bunch of extra fj40 shackles, pins and bushings I'll donate. Plus I'm still in for the stock '73 diff.
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Old 11-04-2006, 08:27 PM
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Notes:

Short side axle half shafts are interchangeable from 1968-up for 40, 55 and 60 series. (1967 and earlier are 10 spline, 1968-up are 30 spline). Long side vary, 40/55 are same same, 70 are a little wider but can be made to work, 60 are longer and 80 are longer yet. Interchangeability amongst birfields is as follows: Early to 1967 use ball and claw joint, not birfields. Few if any of our participants will be running these. 1968-1975 will use 10 spline birfs, again rare for our group, but I run them and carry spares. 1976-1978 will use long 27 spline birfs, which are also rare. These were the first disk front brake birfs. Most common are the shorter 27 spline mini/runner/cruiser birfs from 79-89. These can be used for the 76-78 applications with a large fender washer and M8x1.25 bolt because the circlip doesn't reach. 80 series only fit 0 series, they are much bigger than 40/55/60/70 series.

There are at least 4 different companion flange patterns Toyota has used on their 4x4s, not to mention fine versus coarse spline.

This does not even touch non-Toyota parts or many of the other variations of parts that might get broken.

In summary, while it is a noble cause to offer a Cruise Moab inventory of spare parts that might get broken, I do not believe that Cruise Moab should buy and inventory spare parts because of the many variations. I believe that it is worthwhile to list and inventory spare parts that participants bring with them. Happy cruisin'!
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Old 11-13-2006, 04:10 PM
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anyone want to hit up premier power welder for a ready welder or 3? Demo angle? I know I welded more than one person up on the trail...
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Old 12-26-2006, 08:51 PM
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I would agree with Jeff here.

I could bring a slew of spare parts, since I am bringing both trucks this year.
Everything from spare knuckels and leaf springs, to FJ40 and FJ60 inners, knuckles, studs, a spare t-case, t-case gears, etc.

However, these are going home with me if they aren't used.

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Old 12-26-2006, 11:24 PM
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Folks, this isn't a debate.

If you have parts that you are willing to donate, great. If you want to make parts available while you are at the event, that is fine too.

However, we've had too many breakdowns on the trail late Saturday afternoon, and the only guy with replacement parts is hundreds of miles away, having left early.

We've already made the decision to collect some commonly needed parts.

The only questions we're asking here are:
1. What parts are essential to have in our Supply Kit?
2. Is anyone willing to donate any of these parts? Or sell 'em cheap?

Please, let's stay on topic.
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Old 12-27-2006, 08:19 AM
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Do you have a list of what he have vs. should have? No reason to get 10 short side 40 axles.
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The only questions we're asking here are:
1. What parts are essential to have in our Supply Kit?
2. Is anyone willing to donate any of these parts? Or sell 'em cheap?

Please, let's stay on topic.
80 series drive plates (can be used on 40's and 60's as well in case of a broken hub).
steering knuckles, both patterns.
Steering arms, both patterns.
steering knuckle studs.
knuckle rebuild kits with trunion bearings.
Spare 4.11 third member.
rear axle shafts for both 40 and 60 series.
C-clips for rear.
diff cover gaskets
stock FJ40 leaf springs.
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i am donating two course birfs, one of which is attached to the short side axle shaft (which will work on all stock 40/55/60 axles).
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JKimmel would like to donate (meaning Rising Sun stores it) an R150 Manual mini-truck transmission. This is a V6 mini-truck trans used from 1988 to 1995. It won't bolt to a 4cyl.

Ours for the asking, take it or leave it?
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