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82 toyota r22 parts
« on: Sep 04, 2019, 11:58:32 AM »
Who sells the best quality engine parts without braking the bank?
I have seen prices all over the place. My engine has 270,000 miles and will need a rebuild soon.
Any help appreciated.
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Re: 82 toyota r22 parts
« Reply #1 on: Sep 04, 2019, 01:42:30 PM »
https://22reperformance.com/

https://www.toyotapartsdeal.com/

https://toyotaparts.mcgeorgetoyota.com/

I buy alot of my stuff through the links above. Ive had enough trouble with low quality aftermerket parts that I pretty much stick to oem toyota parts. I can not recall ever being let down by an oem toyota part.

If you search around and get familiar with who actually makes the parts for toyota you can save a lot of money. For example, alot of oem toyota parts can be had through napa's import line, Altrom. You can use there website and see who makes the parts. Lots of aisin, koyo, etc. available through napa and their altrom line.

 Its cheaper to buy a quality part once, rather than a cheap part 3 or 4 times :twocents:
80 shortbed-22re,w56,Marlin 23 spline dual cases,HighAngle drivelines,RUF/63"chevy's,35''mtr's,85 front axle,30 spline Longfields, Allpro highsteer.87 rear axle,5.29 gears,rear spool,BudBuilt cm, marlin HD clutch,ramsey 8000 winch. 
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Re: 82 toyota r22 parts
« Reply #2 on: Sep 04, 2019, 02:38:19 PM »
I'm like you. Quality not cheap. I tend to stay away from parts on eBay unless they have good honest feedback. I hate getting taken. I have never heard of that altrom company. I'll check them out.
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Re: 82 toyota r22 parts
« Reply #3 on: Sep 04, 2019, 03:35:54 PM »
Has anyone heard of a company called CNS that sell parts on Amazon? They have the complete front end case, new pumps, new guides, double chain and sprockets for 115.00. Good stuff or crap?

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Re: 82 toyota r22 parts
« Reply #4 on: Sep 04, 2019, 04:19:11 PM »
In the past I have purchased some nice items off of Amazon. Looks like OEM.

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Re: 82 toyota r22 parts
« Reply #5 on: Sep 04, 2019, 07:07:40 PM »
Knowing what I know now, I would not do a rebuild myself. :smack:

I would order a long block (Stage 2.5) from 22RE Performance. :yesnod:

The price between a Stage 1 and Stage 2.5 is $1200.00.  I donít believe I can spend $1200 on a Stage 1 and get it anywhere near the power enhancements of a Stage 2.5 with the quality and precision work that goes into a Stage 2.5. :thumbs:

I donít believe there is a company, supplier, or engine builder on the planet that knows more than Jim and Jerry at 22RE Performance on the Toyota 22s.  And, they are totally honest!!... No sales pitch. No Bravo Sierra!  :)

As a DIYer I donít believe I can rebuild a 22RE long block for $4,000 with the power increase and reliability built into a Stage 2.5 22RE.  I am sure there is a DIYer out there who can. :gap:

Saving a $1,000 or even $2,000 on a rebuild or buying a rebuilt from a source with a less than stellar reputation is not worth it when you have to suffer the down time, cost, and aggravation of having to re-rebuild an engine in less than 50,000 miles because it was full of Chinese junk, or just was not built with the proper design, parts, skill, care and knowledge to built it to last 250,000 to 300,000 miles. :blah:

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« Last Edit: Sep 04, 2019, 07:17:38 PM by Gnarly4X »
1986 XtraCab SR5 22RE 5speed W56B, ~26,000 MI after break-in, DIM (Did It Myself) rebuilt engine - .020" over, engnbldr RV head, OS valves, 261C cam, DT Header. https://imgur.com/oACTHTR

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Re: 82 toyota r22 parts
« Reply #6 on: Sep 04, 2019, 09:36:35 PM »
Thanks for the advice. I have rebuilt lots of engines over the years including diesel, motorcycles, about 30 car and truck motors and some real high performance like a mopar 440 bored out and sleeved to .80 over. With all the best parts. In the past I have even on high mileage engines got lucky with cylinder wear was almost non existent so hone and new rings. And new rod bearings. Wrist pin bushings when needed. I like to use Total Seal rings. You pay just a bit more but there is a difference in sealing ability.
As far as I know the original owner said it had never over heated. That's a big plus. But with 270,000 miles in sure it could use some help. Right now I'm just trying to get it to pass smog. If it does then I'll start the real work. There are a Lot of tricks for any gas Motor that will save you money. Such as if the piston are a bit loose they can be knurled on a lathe and the adjusted for fit. But replacement pistons are reasonable priced for cast. TRW forged can be knurled some cast ones can and some you don't want to even try as the skirt wall thickness is not enough to handle the pressure of knurling . My issue may just be gummed up oil rings.

 
 
 
 
 

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