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Early Land Cruisers All solid front axles and Land Cruiser series - 25, 40, 45, 55, 60, 62, and 80

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Old 07-18-2002, 01:15 PM   #1
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Souces for Landcruiser Info and Parts

Thought I would start a thread for information and parts.

One of my favorite tech places is: www.ih8mud.com

Toyota LC association: www.tlca.org

Parts Suppliers:

Cool Cruisers of Texas: http://www.coolcruisers.com/

Spector Off-Road: http://www.sor.com/

Man-a-fre: http://www.man-a-fre.com/

Rocky Mountain Cruisers: www.rockymountaincruisers.com

JT Outfitters: www.jtoutfitters.com

TLC Outfitters: http://members.aol.com/tlcoutfitters/index.htm\\

Downey Offroad: http://www.downeyoff-road.com/home_content.html


Some body parts:

Aquala: (aluminum) http://www.aqualu.com/

TLC outfitters: http://members.aol.com/tlcoutfitters/index.htm



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Old 07-18-2002, 07:38 PM   #2
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Thanks for the links! Here's a few more:
Slee offroad http://www.sleeoffroad.com/index.html
ARBhttp://www.arb.com.au/
eToyotashttp://www.etoyotas.com/specials.htm

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Let's not forget http://www.fj60.com
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If only I could easily post all the links for Cruisers I have in my favorites... But the list so far is super good. Here's a couple good LC History and Info sites:

Brian's Toyota Off Road Page

Land Cruiser History

TLC FAQ Which is actually on Birfield.com which was mentioned already...


1960 BJ type 25: Pretty much the only place you're gonna find parts for a 25 series would be through Spectre. But, there are a few LC gurus that are into 25s and may be able to help you find parts. You can find 'em hanging out on the IH8MUD BB or on the LC Section of Pirate4x4. HTH.

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Marlin Crawler has a few products like a front tube bumper, tie rods and knuckle service tools for the 80 series Cruisers

http://www.marlincrawler.com

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If your looking to buy old restored or modified cruisers this guy is great TLC4x4.com had a chance to stop at his place in VaNuys a few yrs back and it was awsome. If I had my current job I would have bought one.
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Thumbs up Mushro -

Don't forget - http://www.vintageoffroad.com/ Mushro is an honest cruiser dealer!
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I have no personal knowledge of Vintage, but another forum I frequent does not think highly of him at all. Make your own decision.
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hey, Im a newbie. I just bought a 96' FJ80; but i was wondering, doesnt the FJ80 use CV Boots???
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I have no personal knowledge of Vintage, but another forum I frequent does not think highly of him at all. Make your own decision.
Fully agree. From all accounts, Mushro is a horrible dealer and a con artist...

Don't know where Jeff is coming from as he is on the MUD all the time and knows how much Mushro is despised there....I wonder why he posted that??

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hey, Im a newbie. I just bought a 96' FJ80; but i was wondering, doesnt the FJ80 use CV Boots???
Nope.

It uses a closed knuckle system called a "birfield"...

Go to IH8MUD.COM and go to the forums and go to the 80's section and search under "birfield"

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Don't forget - http://www.vintageoffroad.com/ Mushro is an honest cruiser dealer!
Mushro is an asshat! Go to Ih8mud and do a search you will see about his dealings.
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hey, Im a newbie. I just bought a 96' FJ80; but i was wondering, doesnt the FJ80 use CV Boots???
Post '97 went to IFS, so there is where you will see the constant velocity (CV) setup.
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That 54mm socket was pretty high at that site metioned.

I just bought my socket from http://www.marlincrawler.com
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Man-a-fre is listed up top - I used to have good dealings with these folks (even though they are spendy) but they have REALLY fallen short of the mark lately for me.

Make your own decision, though.

www.cruiserparts.net/parts/ sometimes has some good stuff used. Hit and miss with inventory.
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I have been using btb products ever since I bought my 69... Ever had any problems www.btbprod.com>>> They are a little on the pricey side, but what do you expect for a LC

One of my favorite places is Cool Cruisers of Texas. 2 Thumbs Up them. Very nice people great selection of parts.
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x3 for Marlin Crawler @ www.marlincrawler.com

Marlin specializes in Toyota Trucks but he also carries a lot of parts for early Land Cruisers.

Marlin is a great guy, someone who participates in 4 wheeling and supports the efforts to keep our trails open and accessible. Last year, from the Marlin Crawler roundup event, he donated over $7k to the Rubicon Trail Foundation.

Marlin Crawler is the first place I look for parts. Support the businesses that support our trails.
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