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noredline
January 15th, 2008, 05:31 PM
So, a quick and dirty back story. Supra broke down been working on it for the past couple of months. Friend moves in until he gets deployed to Iraq a second time. Friend couldn't pay the 800 he owed my other roomate/best friend for rent. We get evicted. Supra gets packed up as quick as possible o it does not become the property of rental company.
So now that back story is over I am merely a few weeks away from putting the motor in the Supra. Here is where I need help. I know I am missing a shit ton...neyyy...a fuck ton of bolts and nuts. My first concern that I want to address are my 6 pressure plate bolts, all bolts that get the turbo connected to the engine and the exhaust, the bolts for the intake manifold, coil pack, and the bolts for the fuel rail. I have the pdf file but as I am still very much learning can someone point me in the right direction of what bolts I need and just as important where I can get them.

Thanks,


Cliff Note version:

1. Roomate didn't pay rent due to getting deployed and we got evicted
2. Got upra out but missing bolts
3. Need bolts to pressure plate, turbo assembly, intake manifold, fuel rail, and coil packs
4. Would like a listing of what I need and where to get them

IwantMKIII
January 15th, 2008, 06:35 PM
Go to dealer, they can find every one of those bolts.

if they don't get a lot of heat/stress/high torque use lowes/home depot high grade metric bolts when you can to save money

noredline
January 16th, 2008, 06:53 AM
Go to dealer, they can find every one of those bolts.

if they don't get a lot of heat/stress/high torque use lowes/home depot high grade metric bolts when you can to save money

Is there any where I can look up the part numbers and then find estimate prices from dealer online?

drjonez
January 16th, 2008, 07:55 AM
http://www.cygnusx1.net/Supra/Library/EPC/291420/

Piratetip
January 16th, 2008, 07:57 AM
Yes you can look up your parts with prices.
http://www.toyotaworld.com/

Here
PP Bolts - 9011908782 $0.91X6
Turbo to Manifold nut - 9017910028 $1.76X4
Turbo to Manifold stud - 9011610125 $0.89X4
Turbo elbow lock nut - 9418461000 $0.68X4
Elbow to Downpipe stud- 9008011631 $1.67X3
Coil pack cap nut - 9017606019 $2.91X4
Fuel rail bolt - 9011908757 $0.78X3

Intake manifold part #'s
9011608178 $1.63
9011608230 $1.02
9011610025 $0.87
9008017242 $1.11
9011908307 $1.19
9017908017 $0.54

noredline
January 16th, 2008, 10:12 AM
Yes you can look up your parts with prices.
http://www.toyotaworld.com/

Here
PP Bolts - 9011908782 $0.91X6
Turbo to Manifold nut - 9017910028 $1.76X4
Turbo to Manifold stud - 9011610125 $0.89X4
Turbo elbow lock nut - 9418461000 $0.68X4
Elbow to Downpipe stud- 9008011631 $1.67X3
Coil pack cap nut - 9017606019 $2.91X4
Fuel rail bolt - 9011908757 $0.78X3

Intake manifold part #'s
9011608178 $1.63
9011608230 $1.02
9011610025 $0.87
9008017242 $1.11
9011908307 $1.19
9017908017 $0.54

I'm browsing the site now, i there a specific area on th site that has the listing for all the bolts, cause I wouldn't mind getting some others.

and thank you for the listing of the ones I asked for that's amazing.

Piratetip
January 16th, 2008, 10:38 AM
Go to the "order parts online" link at the bottom of the page.
Search by
-Model
-Factory part #
-Keyword

I recommend calling Jeff Watson @ Champion Toyota.
1-800-327-2087
He will be able to help you locate parts faster than anyone else.

88mkIIIproject
January 16th, 2008, 10:57 AM
I recommend calling Jeff Watson @ Champion Toyota.
1-800-327-2087
He will be able to help you locate parts faster than anyone else.


+1, Jeff at Champion is one of the best resources that we have, he'll be glad to help if he can, and he usually gets us parts at a great deal, even after shipping costs!!

drjonez
January 16th, 2008, 11:31 AM
...He will be able to help you locate parts faster than anyone else.

yups. his knowledge and speed are incredible. i've been doing business with him for years...