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Old 09-24-2007, 10:08 AM   #1
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Starter (fell out) Need Size Bolts for 84 4x4 22r motor...?....

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This is the 22r carburated truck.

I checked my shop manual , it says nothing, went to checker , they have no idea....

Help appreciated much....................






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Old 12-16-2009, 04:44 AM   #2
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Hey Bud Im having the exact same problem lol!!! I think its a 10mm thread and then just the length of the threaded hole in bellhousing. Im just waiting to see if anyone gives us any feedback so we know exactly.

Good luck man!
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14 mm head and 10 mm threads i think, and 1.5 inches long one is a stud with nut and the other is a bolt
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Bolt part #9161261030 $1.20
Stud part#9011610021 $1.63
Nut Part #9017910132 $1.11

Try your local dealer.

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Old 12-16-2009, 09:02 PM   #5
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The stealership doesn't have them if you can believe it! So thats the method behind my madness trying to get proper bolt sizes so I can grab some at the local parts store
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Old 12-17-2009, 10:56 AM   #6
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I called my local dealer and they didnt have any in stock either,nor did they have the dimensions.

I have found some sources say any from '84-'88 and other sources say '84-'90 will fit.

Sounds like its time for a trip to a wrecking yard.
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Unfortunately thats probably going to be the case...for me anyways. Im still avoiding it though because there is a ton of snow on the ground and the weathers warming up a bit so its all turning to slush lol
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You might find the bolts at your local autoparts dealer or not.

Your toyota dealer more than likely can get the parts over night at least mine can

It is a M10x1.25 thread pitch . not sure of the correct length but by eye i would say 45 to 50 mm. Of course the nuts are the same size M10x1.25

if you drive toyotas you should have some extra hard ware just for these projects.

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