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Old 06-14-2010, 07:22 PM   #1
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wow...wow.... this is insane, thank god i saw it or i woulda been pissed, the car still runs but will overheat and such because the water pump and such isnt spinnin..here's the pictures,

i need another bolt for this pulley since it most likely fell off, help me out here...can you guys find out for me what the size of this bolt is??





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Old 06-14-2010, 08:19 PM   #2
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get a new one from toyota.... that is one bolt you do NOT want to cheap out on.


I gate to say it, but you may be screwed. check the woodruff keyway for damage... ANY chipping or spreading and you'll need to pull the crank for repair or replacement.
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ima go with cre on this one you know i wouldent cheap on it cuz its ur accessories system and cooling
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Actually, there's not a lot that I would really be worried about other than that one thing... It means completely pulling the bottom end apart.. and NO, loc-tite isn't going to hold it... nor will J-B Weld. lol... people have tried.
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