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#1 ep91chris

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Posted 10 January 2014 - 11:50 AM

I think it's about time I put something useful back into the club. Here are a list of part numbers and links to a site I use for OEM Toyota Parts. Delivery is a bit slow (up to two weeks), but the shipping is cheap.

Piston Rings - £38.47

Headbolts - £1.11 each

Headbolt washers - £0.39 each

N/A Distributor Cap - £26.69

N/A Rotor Arm - £4.60

Complete Engine Gasket Set - £86.63 (includes HG, Crank Seals, the lot)

FTE Distributor Cap - £11.55

FTE Rotor Arm - £4.60

0.5mm Paseo metal headgasket - £11.20

Auto TPS - £35.10

N/A TPS - £20.12

Con Rod Bearings - £22.93

Crank Bearings - £33.11

Thrust Washers
- £9.75

Oil Pump (seal on Pump) - £26.69

Exhaust Valve - £7.27

Intake Valve - £13.39

Valve Spring - £2.37

Shim (4e-fte) - £2.91


Exhaust Gasket (CAT to Centre Section)
- £0.64

Exhaust Gasket (Centre Section to Back Box) - £0.91

Rescue Man - £17.01

I will keep adding to this, as I when I get a spare moment. But as you can see a heathy saving.

Shipping for the whole minus the FTE is £16.00

Edit: feel free to comment with parts your looking for or have the part no. and I'll do my best to update.

Not sure if this needs to be move to the part no. section



#2 IsettaWorld

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 07:29 PM

I need a driver's side rear shock absorber, or a pair. Would this supplier be likely to help ?

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 08:58 PM

Sure if you're chasing genuine Toyota parts, but why not get something local for shocks? Just about everyone can stock KYB's

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Posted 11 January 2014 - 10:03 PM

Don't quote me on it, but as far as I am aware all e-series chassis use the same shocks.

 

KYB's would be your best bet, as shocks ar heavy.



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Posted 12 January 2014 - 09:48 AM

Shocks are the same as EP82 Starlet. Just need to get a set online, most do free delivery too. Try www.carparts4less.co.uk.

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Posted 12 January 2014 - 11:06 AM

Thanks for your replies. I'm very happy with the handling of my Sera, so I was looking for originals to preserve the balance.

But I'll certainly follow up your suggestions. ( But what is/are KYB's ?)



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Posted 12 January 2014 - 12:24 PM

They are the manufacturer. They are also still in business.

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Posted 13 January 2014 - 10:52 AM

Starlet shocks will fit and work, but they are valved slightly differently.

 

Fronts: part numbers do not tally with Starlet ones, but uses same design of fitment.

 

Rears, there are 4 part numbers on a Sera, two of which cross reference to Starlet, two don't.    

 

However, a new Starlet damper is much better than a tired Sera damper, and its easy to get KYB aftermarket Starlet dampers.


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