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Old 3rd March 2012, 08:33   #16
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india bearings, opera house
or else try nakdevi

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He is probably better off at nagdevi street. Better take samples with you prashant

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Old 3rd March 2012, 10:01   #17
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He is probably better off at nagdevi street. Better take samples with you prashant

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india bearings, opera house
or else try nakdevi

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Thanks Rohit and Allan. I am going to Nagdevi today will carry samples.

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Congrats on the purchase Prashant!!

Do you know if the suspension settings and the fast idle are in working condition?
Thanks buddy. The suspension settings are not working.


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Only 83K on the odo? superb!

What are the engine specs?
Thanks Mpower. It had a Toyota 2L-T Engine earlier but after the head blew off due to overheating the previous owner swapped a 2.4L Qualis Engine which was a direct fit with the gear box.

I have found a Toyota Mark II 2L-T Engine and am negotiating the deal, but am still not sure if I should restore it back to the 2L-T or run it on the existing Qualis Engine.
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2LT anyday. The 2L engine will be really underpowered. You could even fit a 3LT engine.
Watch out for the oil filter housing on the engines from the sedan, since they are different from the ones on a 4X4.

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Old 4th March 2012, 01:33   #19
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Spent about 5 hours at Nagdevi and Opera house but Managed to get only the Carrier Bearing (TIMKEN JLM104948 cone/LM104912 cup)

Couldnt Get the following bearings

OUTER PINION
NSK R30-13 or KOYO TR0607J-1

INNER PINION
KOYO TR070904-1-N

The funny part was that the last few shops that I visited at Opera House had already got the info from Nagdevi dealers.

Now will have to do some more research on alternate bearings.
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Thats a neat looking machine you got there.I would suggest if you could find a 1KZ-T it would be far better than the 2lt,we have already blown couple of heads of the 2lt and 2lte engines,there is a design flaw with the head design if i am not mistaken,though me and my friend have sorted out the heating issues with an intercooler and pyro to keep a track on the exact temperature as the original meter does not show the exact temp,do consider the 1KZ-T and you will surely be happy as compared to 2lt.


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Are you looking for something like

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OUTER PINION
NSK R30-13 or KOYO TR0607J-1
- TR0607J-1LFT# (30-72-23/16.5) =TOYOTA (90366-30022/25)

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INNER PINION
KOYO TR070904-1-N
TR070904-1-9LFT # (35-89-38)=TOYOTA (90366-35028)R / POST.


The one you had already bought -

TR100802A # (50-77-19.5/15)=TOYOTA-(90366-50011) R/ DEL

TR100802-2 # (50-83-20.5/15.5)=TOYOTA H.LUX/ L.CRUISER (90366-50007)
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Opera House had already got the info from Nagdevi dealers
Well in this trade there are only few wholesalers and mostly re-sellers , if the above parts are what you need do let me know .

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Thats a neat looking machine you got there.I would suggest if you could find a 1KZ-T it would be far better than the 2lt,we have already blown couple of heads of the 2lt and 2lte engines,there is a design flaw with the head design if i am not mistaken,though me and my friend have sorted out the heating issues with an intercooler and pyro to keep a track on the exact temperature as the original meter does not show the exact temp,do consider the 1KZ-T and you will surely be happy as compared to 2lt.


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Thanks for your advice buddy, will keep in touch for the Engine Mod. I believe 1KZ-T is a bit difficult to source.

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Well in this trade there are only few wholesalers and mostly re-sellers , if the above parts are what you need do let me know .
Thanks for the update. Please find the details below from the research I have done so far. can you check the price for the Inner and Outer Pinion Bearings and let me know?
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I am still struggling to source the bearings.

I am thinking on an option to swap the rear diffrential with a Toyota Innova one would disassemble the diffrential and take it to CST Road Kurla tomorrow to check if it matches.
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Cloud Chaser,

love your 4runner, I have always been a fan of 4runners, especially the rear window.

Would love to see her in person, I have recently restored a range rover classic to her full glory (getting delivery tomorrow) and I can only begin to tell you how exciting it is. Goodluck and take tons of pics a every step.
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I owned a hilux until recently and did up the engine completely from scratch.
Got all the parts (original ) from Australia and Singapore. I sold the build about 5 months back and I still have a lot of new spares, I think I have the whole set of bearings with me, pm me & I'll let you have them.
Have you been through the aussie site for surf's? Its fun building the surf, and driving it too!
Pm me mate, I'll give you all the information you want on your rig and I presume you have a 2lte efi diesel?

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Done with the Differential Work
Done with the Electrical
As of now the AC work is on.

Will take her out for a small OTR this weekend.

Planning to change the Rims and Tyers to MT soon

Here are a few recent pics.
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Looking sexy !!! which Brand of tyres are you decided?
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Awesome machine. Looks menacing. Can't wait to see the finished product.
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Great Stuff. Looks Beastly. Could you also let us in on the interiors
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