Toyota Part Numbers and Alternatives

Discussion in 'Mechanical' started by TacoXpo, Aug 30, 2016.

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  1. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    Anyone know the part number for the bolts to hold the IFS skid in place? I misplaced mine and can't seem to locate the part number to order new ones.
     
  2. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    I think I'll call Bud tomorrow and ask him.
     
  3. TacoXpo

    TacoXpo Freedom

    They are way too small. IIRC mine busted out and I have 3/8" through bolts.
     
  4. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    I'll check that out.
     
  5. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    Bolt/nut and washer to connect lower control arm to shock assembly.

    Bolt 90105-A0113 $4.79

    Washer 9462241400 $2.27

    Nut 90178A0058 $1.72
     
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  6. tx_shooter

    tx_shooter Looking for my missing spare time Staff Member


    Good timing.
     
  7. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    You guys remember my post where I posted a pic of them and said I don't think they are correct and Toyota screwed up for all the years of the Tacoma production?

    I'm not sure I will be using the OE bolts ever again at that location. Pretty sure their incorrect shoulder dimensions are why everyone cracks lower heim joint misalignment spacers and they seize up.

    These are brand new with one half of the King misalignment spacer on it. The other side of the spacer is on it's own and the load is not evenly spread out. All the force is on one side of the shock and I cant understand why that would be correct. No one Ive asked has said anything about it so that leads me to think no one knows lol

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  8. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    I ordered two, they will be here Friday!
     
  9. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    What size bolt did you use?
     
  10. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    I haven't yet. Still got the new ones sitting in the bag until I can figure out why they stopped the shoulder so short along with 5k worth of TC and King parts. It's half the length I would think it needs to be. I had to cut my old ones out and after some inspection I noticed I had worn through half the bolt when my misalignment spacer disintegrated. Then they fused together with rust from sitting for 3 years. I was amazed at the wear from salt/sand/mud. Pretty sure they were replaced when I did my front end, but my hard rives fubar so all my records are in limbo right now (this idiot never backed anything up & now paying the price).
     
  11. balakay

    balakay She ain't fat, bruh... She just a lil' thick.

    How fubar'd? They make pretty cheap tools to recover the data from your old hard drive yourself. Gave $20 or so for mine.
     
  12. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    No clue. I'm tech tarded thus pay tech tared prices. I got a quote that was $399-$1400 and I just felt like I had been punched. Ive not sent it to anyone yet. Unreadable and unrecognizable right now.
     
  13. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    another one bites the dust

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    and takes out the entire heim hole lol
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  14. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    Hmm.. well now that I have the proper bolt maybe I'll measure it and see what alternatives I can find.
     
  15. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    my buddy that posted those pics to our fb group has been throwing new OE bolts and king heims at his front end forever. think he was going through a set a year if not more. Ive only had one set go bad but my truck never moves these days so...........lol
     
  16. Silverback

    Silverback I'm not always a dick. Just kidding, fuck off.

    Well mine appeared fine last time I checked. I'll find out soon enough.
     
  17. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    He basically lives at the beach and is on fire roads when not at the beach + add in NYC roads and his stuff always wears out quickly compared to others. I also think he's got WAY to much lift on the shocks so they bottom out too much so thats going to be a factor.
     
  18. balakay

    balakay She ain't fat, bruh... She just a lil' thick.

    Have you thought of having some custom machines to the specs needed? I know it's not cheap but I've had to do it before. Local place had them cut the same afternoon. Maybe an idea if you cant find what you need off the shelf.
     
  19. tx_shooter

    tx_shooter Looking for my missing spare time Staff Member

    Yeah - more abuse than designed for tends to wear out abused parts. Curious what his travel is compared to what he is trying to force out of it.
     
  20. Oswego

    Oswego n00b

    Honestly Ive been so busy I haven't even looked at my truck in 2 months. Kinda overwhelmed right now at work.

    He was a member here...Brutalguyracing. Has them in his 4Runner. I can tell you his truck rode like a truck with no suspension on the trails he had them lifted so much. Hard to remember what mine felt like, but I could easily do 70mph on fire trails and be fine compared to when I'm in his truck feel like would break my back doing 5mph and we had the same exact front shocks. Think I was in his over summer at a camping trip.
     

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