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Toyota W58 transmission

fredeuce
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by fredeuce »

Steve,
The mention of the Rollmaster timing chain is interesting .

Do have a part number ?

Cheers,
Fred

daimlersteve
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by daimlersteve »

Will dig out the box.-- " 66 " something ? number or links . They are endless --- no joining link.

cheers

daimlersteve
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by daimlersteve »

here ya go --- # 3DR66-2 . Rollmaster .
cheers , Steve

daimlersteve
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by daimlersteve »

Re Drive shaft cost in the US.
Man , thats a giveaway price . Local price for the yoke is around $200 nz. Interestingly the yoke for a T5 is only $ 120

peterbee
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Location: Dunfermline Scotland

Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by peterbee »

I have fitted a T5 to my SP250. It works very well. The drive shaft/prop shaft with flange and slip yoke including VAT and delivery was only GBP220. Not bad when you reckon what you pay in dollars in the States we in the UK pay in pounds.

daimlersteve
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by daimlersteve »

Hell, another great price, seems like we down under are getting shafted @ 4x that number ( in NZ Dollars of course )
Steve

fredeuce
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by fredeuce »

Thanks for that part number Steve.
Cheers,
Fred

daimlersteve
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Re: Toyota W58 transmission

Post by daimlersteve »

No Problem. In the same area re cam Dial in / installation setup. The std. cam sprocket can have another three keyways cut into it at various % of a full tooth count . lets it be set up to full potential and costs only a couple of bucks to have done .

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